The Electronic Engineering Services group is responsible for the installation, care and maintenance of all multimedia equipment in almost 200 classrooms.
More than half of the classrooms support digital connectivity, supporting new digital video signals that are replacing VGA connectors on laptops and other devices. These upgraded classrooms also increase display resolution to a high-definition widescreen format.
All electronic classrooms continue to support VGA and composite video analog signals. The electronic classrooms also include LCD televisions/monitors, VCRs, document cameras, wireless laptop presenters and an instructor's computer all displayed from a high power ceiling mounted projector.
Technical assistance during class
The Technology Assistance Center can assist classroom users with technical issues or problems. Classroom calls are a top priority. If the problem cannot be solved over the phone a technician will immediately be dispatched to your classroom.
There are several Distance Education classrooms located all over the Radford campus. Distance Education also has extended Radford University locations at the Roanoke Higher Education Center.