Notice for Fall 2022 Classes
Adjustments have been made to the microphone systems in medium and larger classrooms across Binghamton University. These new microphones are largely similar to the ones you may be used to, save for one important feature:
There is now a charging station on the desk for the mic pack which will recharge the internal battery when not in use.
It is very IMPORTANT that faculty place the body pack back on this charger after your class, even if the next class is entering the room. Small, intermittent charging throughout the day will ensure a full day's use of the mic battery.
For more information, watch this short video:
Please note that these mic elements can be cleaned in the same manner as previous microphones. Spray some alcohol-based sanitizer on a cloth (not the mic directly) and gently rub the mic wind screen. This will ensure a safe and sanitized use for your class.
As always, Educational Communications strives to support the campus in the best way possible. Please contact us with any questions or concerns: 607-777-5505
Director, Educational Communications
Classroom AV System Instructional Videos
Laptop Ready Classroom
Learn how to operate the Media Link controllers installed in single display classrooms across campus
Touch Panel Classroom
Learn how to operate the Touch Panel controllers installed in single and multiple display classrooms across campus
EdComm has a supply of USB microphones, headsets, earpiece wireless systems, USB camera's and personal amplification units. Please email email@example.com or call us at 607-777-5505 with your requests.
Panopto - Automated Class Recording
Several classrooms have a Panopto recording / broadcasting system installed. These rooms are: CW108, CW110, CW202, CW212, CW214, SL206, LH1, LH2, EB110 and LN1324. If you are teaching in one of these spaces please contact EdComm to schedule your class media recordings / broadcasts.View instructions on provisioning Panopto in Brightspace
Panopto Enabled Classrooms
Lecture Hall 8 and 14 - Camera Guide
Hybrid Zoom Guide
Using the Wolfvision Doc Cam with Zoom
New classroom wireless mic systems
Disclaimer: EdComm is a support resource for technology-enabled teaching. Instructions offered by EdComm, and found on this page, are not directives towards faculty, nor are they official policy for instruction at Binghamton University campus. They are meant as training and support aids on how to engage the technology available to faculty in classrooms.