At Brewster and throughout your Academic career, you will inevitably have to give a presentation. This is so common that every single classroom and presentation space has a projector, speakers, screen, and AppleTV. They are ready for you at a moments notice, but are you? Here are some tips to ensure that your presentation goes smoothly every time! Continue reading “Prepare for your Presentation!”
Quick testimonial from Doug Skelley describing successful student projection in his classroom.
Adding “Devices” such as:
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- The STA###, FAC###, STU### or FAM### of the person registering the device.
- The type of device: AppleTV, Kindle, Wireless Printer, etc.
The device‘s hardware address.The hardware (or MAC) address of a network device looks like a series of 12 letters and numbers, usually with colons or dashs between them.
For example: 01:23:45:67:9A or AB-CD-E1-23-45Some devices will have its hardware address printed on the outside of the device. Others will need to be plugged in and turned on so you can look it up in the device’s menu. Your device‘s manual should have instructions for finding the hardware address.
- The name of your building – dorm or residence.
- If you’re a student registering a gaming device we need your CLP and advisor to send an email with permission to email@example.com