Assistance is available M-F from 7am to 8pm. Problems can be reported 24 hours a day by calling 404.894.4669.
The OIT Classroom Support Team provides client-focused technical support and audio-visual systems support and maintenance for classrooms and conference rooms at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
As stewards of classroom audio-visual technology at Georgia Tech, the OIT Classroom Support Team assists faculty, staff and students by providing technical support, development opportunities and advice on incorporating audio-visual resources and technologies into the instructional process. As the Institute increasingly places emphasis on its teaching mission, the OIT Classroom Support Team has created a supporting environment that provides an opportunity for faculty and students to improve and enhance the teaching and learning process through the effective use of information resources and technologies in Georgia Tech classrooms and laboratories.
Classroom Support Resources
Classroom Support Overview - The OIT Classroom Support Team and supported areas.
Classroom Details and Schedule - Technology-enhanced classrooms listing and reservations.
Classroom Computer Software - OIT supported classroom computers are deployed to provide an additional level of functionality in the classrooms. A list of installed software and supporting information is here also.
Reserve a Classroom - Reserve a classroom using the GT Events system.
Request Assistance - Use this link to request assistance with instructional technology issues in classrooms and conference rooms on the Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta campus.
Request Instructional Technology Training - The OIT Classroom Support Team provides client-focused technical support and audio-visual systems support and maintenance for classrooms and conference rooms at the Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta campus.
Request a Wireless Microphone - For rooms with wireless microphone capabilities, Georgia Institute of Technology faculty, staff and students can request a loaner lapel (lavalier) microphone. Note: most rooms have two receivers, so up to two wireless microphones can be used at one time.