Reserving Audiovisual Equipment
USC's general-assignment classrooms are equipped with basic audiovisual equipment, eliminating the need for reservations of standard equipment.
Basic audiovisual equipment includes:
- an LCD projector or LCD monitor, projection screen, speakers
- an audiovisual wall box containing
- A combination DVD/VCR player
- A fold-down table for placement of portable source equipment (e.g. laptop computer, MP3 player, etc.)
- A help phone with index card for assistance
- Lighting controls
Using the wall box or front-of-room interface, faculty and presenters can connect laptop computers or other compatible audiovisual source equipment to the provided LCD projector and audio system.
Please be sure to bring all connection cables, power adapters, power cords, and Ethernet network (RJ-45 type) cables you need for your personal equipment.
Reserving Non-Standard Equipment
Non-standard equipment (including document cameras, overhead projectors, and region-free DVD players) need be reserved for all rooms.
Microphones need to be reserved for the following rooms:
- Grace Ford Salvatori Hall (GFS): 101, 116, 118
- Mudd Hall (MHP): B7B, 101, 105, 106
- Taper Hall (THH): 114,116, 210, 212
- Von KleinSmid Center (VKC): 100, 150, 152, 156
DVD/VCR players need to be reserved for the following rooms in Kaprielian Hall (KAP): 134, 140, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 150, 156, and 158.
To reserve any non-standard equipment, please call 213-821-6601 or send an email to email@example.com .
To reserve a classroom, please contact the USC classroom scheduling office.