Smart Classrooms FAQs


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What is a Smart Classroom?

A smart classroom is a classroom that is equipped with computer and audiovisual equipment, allowing the professor to teach using a wide variety of media.  All the classrooms at the Law School are smart classrooms. Each classroom is fitted the following:
  • a Windows XP Enabled PC;
  • Internet Access via the podium PC;
  • DVD and VHS Player;
  • Room Speakers;
  • Laptop Connections for Guest Speakers;
  • LCD Projector;
  • Projector Screen.

Each computer has a set of software which include:

  • Microsoft Office 2007 (Word, Excel, Power Point);
  • Corel Office Suite X4 (Presentations, WordPerfect);
  • Internet Explorer;
  • Mozilla Firefox;
  • Quicktime;
  • iTunes;
  • Symantic Anti-Virus;
  • Adobe Acrobat.
Helpful PDF Guide or Tutorial
Using Smart Classrooms


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