Immersion Lectern

The Immersion Lectern is found in the Immersive Synchronous Lecture Halls. These lecterns can be used for synchronous teaching to a classroom on a different campus (immersion mode) or non-synchronous teaching (local mode). The lectern includes the technology faculty can use to present course materials as well as the touchscreen interface that is used to operate the equipment. The Immersion Lectern includes a lectern and a sidecar. The lectern is a slim, moveable station which can be positioned in the center of the room or moved next to the sidecar. It is height-adjustable and instructors can teach from behind it or move it to the side. The side car contains additional equipment and can also be moved around the front of the room.

For more detailed information about the technology available in the Immersion Lectern, view the sections below. Visit the Synchronous Lecture Hall page for further reading about the Rutgers-New Brunswick classrooms virtually connected through these lecterns.

Features

Available in All Immersion Lectern Rooms
  • Mac computer, including:
    • a dedicated Internet connection
    • two USB ports
    • keyboard and mouse
    • Whiteboard-Annotation software
    • Additional software (see "Lectern Computer Apps" below for full list of software)
  • Document camera capable of projecting:
    • books, documents, and other objects
    • transparencies
  • Connections and cables for projecting laptops, phones, or tablets:
    • HDMI port and cable
    • VGA port and cable
  • Solstice wireless display sharing for both instructor and student laptops, phones, and tablets
  • Multiple projection, allowing projection of one source on up to six screens located in the front and rear of the room or two different sources on any combination of screens (available only in local mode)
  • Wireless lavaliere microphone
Additional Equipment Available By Request

Visit the Equipment Request Page for more information and to reserve this equipment.

Other Useful Info
  • Workshops
    • For hand-on training, consider attending a DCS Technology Training session.
    • To learn more about using the podium's Mac computer, look for our Intro to Macs session.
  • Apple Adapter Cheat Sheet

Videos, Tutorials, and Instructions

Other Useful Info

Classrooms

List of Classrooms Equipped with Immersion Lecterns
The following rooms are equipped with Synchronous Lecterns. For panoramic photos and detailed lists of classroom features and technology, please click on an individual room.


Loree Hall: 024
Wright Labs: AUD

Software

List of Apps Available on the Hub Computer

Apps may be opened by selecting them in the dock or by clicking on the blue applications folder and choosing the app from the list. If the DCP does not have software you would like to use in your class, contact us.

  • BaiBoard
  • Blu-ray Player
  • Cisco Webex Meeting
  • Eclipse
  • EndNote X9
  • Firefox
  • GarageBand
  • GeoGebra
  • Google Chrome
  • Google Earth
  • Hovercam Flex
  • jEdit
  • Kaltura
  • Keynote
  • Lifesize Cloud
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft OneDrive
  • Microsoft OneNote
  • Microsoft Outlook
  • Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Microsoft Teams
  • Microsoft Word
  • Quicktime
  • PollEV Presenter
  • Prezi Next
  • R
  • RStudio
  • Safari
  • Skype
  • Solstice
  • VLC
  • Zoom