Media Department at Logan University

Media Department

The Media Services Department at Logan University is located in Room G38 of the Administration Building. You can reach the Media Department by contacting MediaProduction@logan.edu.


Meet the Media Department


Equipment by Classroom

Room G107: Seats 113-120. Equipped with a large AMX control touchscreen that has the following sources feeding (1) data projector onto a 10’ matte white screen. VHS, DVD, Document Camera (used as overhead with the base light), PC, Laptop (hook-up), Wireless mic with sound system, Slide projector.

Room G105: Seats 106. Equipped with a large Crestron control touchscreen that has the following sources feeding (1) data projector onto a 10’ matte white screen. VHS, DVD, Document Camera (used as overhead with the base light), PC, Laptop (hook-up), Wireless mic with sound system (also wired back-up mic)

Room G102: Seats 106. Equipped the same as G105.

Room G46: Seats 105. Equipped with a small Extron control touchscreen feeding the following sources to (1) data projector onto a 10’ matte white screen. VHS, DVD, Document camera (used as overhead with the base light), PC, Laptop (hook-up), Wireless mic with sound system (also wired back-up mic)

Room G48: Seats 120. Equipped with a small Extron touchscreen controller feeding the following sources to (1) data projector onto a 10’ matte white screen. VHS, DVD, Document camera (used as overhead with the base light), PC, Laptop (hook-up), Wireless mic with sound system.

Room G49: Seats 120. Equipped the same as G48 above.

Room G134: Seats 133. Equipped with a medium sized Extron control touchscreen that has the following sources:  Blu Ray / DVD combo, Document Camera, and a source for the provided laptop. The VGA cable connecting the provided laptop can also be used with other laptops. There are multiple wireless clip mics and handheld mics. There are two projectors that are capable of displaying separate sources. There is also a SMART Board and multiple whiteboards.

Room 142A: Seats 148. Equipped with a small Extron touchscreen feeding (2) data projectors and 10’ matte white screens the following sources: VHS, DVD, Document camera (used as overhead with the base light), PC, Laptop (hook-up), Wireless mic with sound system.

Room 156A: Seats 148. Equipped the same as 142A above.

Room 142B: Seats 173. Equipped with a small Extron control button touch screen feeding (2) data projectors and 10’ matte white screens the following sources. VHS, DVD, Document camera (used as overhead with the base light), PC, Laptop (hook-up), Wireless mic with sound system.

Room 156B: Seats 173. Equipped the same as 142B.

Room G2/3: Technique Classroom. Uses Extron push button control system to send the following sources to (1) data projector with a 6’ screen and (8) 27” video monitors. VHS, DVD, Document camera (used as overhead with the base light), PC, Laptop (hook-up), ceiling mounted video camera, Wireless mic and sound system (also wired back-up mic)

Room SB9: Technique Classroom. Uses Extron push button control system to send the following sources to (1) data projector with 16 by 9 screen and (4) 42” video monitors. VHS, DVD, Document camera (used as overhead with the base light), PC, Laptop (hook-up), ceiling mounted video camera, (2) Wireless mics with sound system.

Room SB10: Technique Classroom. Equipped same as SB9.

Anatomy Amphitheater: Has a small Crestron button touchpad controller feeding the following sources to (3) 27” video monitors. VHS, DVD, Document camera (used as overhead with base light), PC,  High end medical class ceiling video camera. Wireless mic and sound system. The room has a Polycom system for “Distance Education”, as well as front and rear cameras. The instructor has a confidence monitor to see what is being presented.

Distance Learning Room: Used for distance learning based classes and meetings. Uses a large Crestron touch panel control system to send the following sources to (2) “side by side” data projectors: VHS, DVD, Document camera (used as overhead with the base light), PC, Laptop (hook-up), and a Polycom system with front and rear cameras. There is no microphone system.

If not listed, other items are available by contacting the Media Department at MediaProduction@logan.edu.

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