WFU has its own cable network. Check inside for a detailed lineup and information on scanning your channels.
The undergraduate college is currently evaluating campus-wide solutions for classroom capture technology.
Digital signage refers to displaying content (such as slideshows, videos, and advertisements) on a digital display. Content can be rotated automatically or manually updated.
IS provides multimedia adapters for most laptops in our classrooms and meeting spaces.
IS currently maintains over 400 multimedia technology-enabled spaces. Rooms contain various levels of multimedia integration, from simple television monitors, to elaborate high definition projection systems with multiple inputs.
Use entertainment devices (Smart TVs, gaming consoles, etc) on the wireless network by registering on MyDevices.
IS recommends hiring out portable AV needs to one of our approved outside vendors. On-campus options are available in certain spaces.
Through Stream2, faculty, staff and students can create an account with Apogee to access streaming TV services for their computer and personal mobile devices. The streaming TV service is only available while connected to the campus network.
You will need a TV equipped with a ClearQAM tuner to access cable television on campus. Most new flat panels are supported.
IS offers video conferencing solutions free of charge to faculty, staff, and students. Connect with lecturers, experts, the business community, and more.
Cisco WebEx is a platform for hosting and attending online meetings and presentations, webinars, training, and online presentations. Available to all Faculty, Staff, and Students.
Newer classrooms are outfitted with wireless display technology, enabling a user to project without a physical wired connection.