Hardware tools that are available in all standard classrooms, including cameras, lecterns, microphones, wireless display projection, and more

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Attendance Tracking: Top Hat

The Top Hat student response system utilizes students' personal devices (smart phones, tablets, laptops, etc.) combined with a random 4-digit attendance code to track attendance.

Conference Camera

Conference Cameras are located in classrooms to allow users to communicate online through Microsoft Teams.

Custom IT Projects

If you have an IT need that is not met by an existing service, we can work with you to identify possible solutions and provide detailed price estimates on implementing those solutions.

Document Camera

Document cameras are located in classrooms so that you can display physical objects on the computer or projection screen.


Height adjustable lecterns are located in classrooms so that you can change the height as needed.

Media Control Box

Media control boxes are located in classrooms to control the projection screen and allow you to switch from the classroom computer, AirMedia (where available), or a device with an HDMI or USB C/Thunderbolt output.


Microphones are located in classrooms so that you can amplify your voice or be heard in applications through the computer (e.g. for Teams meetings, Panopto recordings, etc.), depending on the size of the room.

Microsoft 365

Microsoft 365 (M365) is a subscription service that includes access to Microsoft applications, online productivity services, and business services such as web conferencing, hosted email, and online storage. It also includes mobile versions of Microsoft applications for smartphones and tablets.

Presentation Clicker (Remote)

Classrooms include a presentation clicker (remote) that will allow you to control a presentation through the computer.

Surface Hub

The Surface Hub is an all-in-one digital interactive whiteboard, meetings platform, and collaborative computing device.

Wireless Display Projection

Some OHIO classrooms and meeting spaces allow you to use Wi-Fi to send video and audio from a laptop or mobile device to the classroom's flat panel or projector. The University currently uses two different display projection technologies: Solstice and AirMedia.