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T.A.P.

 
T.A.P. Manual (1st Generation) T.A.P. Manual (2nd Generation)* T.A.P. Training
T.A.P. Quick Guide (1st Generation) T.A.P. Cart Upgrade Project*  
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What is T.A.P?
T.A.P. (Technology, Access and Presentation) is new technology that equips instructors with new capabilities to use standard network applications to project their class material, use DVD/Blu-ray technology, and have direct/remote communication with the ITS department.
 
T.A.P. Locations
Permanent Classroom Technology
 

2nd Generation T.A.P. carts (March 2015)

The following contain upgraded T.A.P. carts equipped with a 3.4 GHz Pentium computer having 8 Gb of ram, a 19" flat screen monitor, a high-definition projection unit, a wide format projection screen or wall-mounted white board, full multi-media capability including a Blu-ray player, CD-ROM, sound card, speakers, a touch panel control screen to control T.A.P. cart inputs, a power strip with 6 outlets, 2 audio/1 video connections, 1 audio/1 VGA connection and 1 HDMI connection. Unless otherwise noted, please contact Conferencing for more information.

 
 

Academic Building (AB)

 
  • AB 117
  • All second floor classrooms except AB 258
  • Third floor computer classrooms (AB 315, AB 319, and AB 322)
 
 

Albertus Hall (AH)

 
  • All first floor classrooms, including the AH 117 GIS Lab.
  • AH 312, AH 313, and AH 317
  • Please contact the Albertus Main Office for more information.
 

 

1st Generation T.A.P. carts

T.A.P. is equipped with a 3.4 GHz Pentium computer having 8 Gb of ram, a 19" flat screen monitor, a projection unit, full multi-media capability including CD-ROM, a DVD player, sound card, and speakers, manual control strip, a power strip with 6 outlets, 2 audio/1 video connections, and 1 audio/1 VGA connection. Unless otherwise noted, please contact Conferencing for more information.        
 
 

Academic Building (AB)

 
  • All first floor classrooms except AB 117
  • All third floor classrooms except AB 315, AB 319, and AB 322
 
 

Art and Music Center (AMC)

 
  • AMC 108, AMC 208, AMC 209, and AMC 212
  • Please contact the AMC Main Office for more information.
 
 

Browne Center (BC)

 
  • BC 10 DeJourno Room and BC Classroom
  • Please contact OLLI Main Office for more information.
 
 

Hruby Hall Classroom (HH)

 
  • HH 130 Classroom
 
 

Jarecki Lacks Hauenstein Center (JLH)

 
  • JLH 215, JLH 216, JLH 217, JLH 234, and JLH 235
  • Please contact the JLH Media department for more information.
 
 

Sturrus Sports & Fitness Center (SSFC)

 
  • SSFC 200, SSFC 202, and SSFC 204
Please contact Sturrus Sports & Fitness Center Main Office for more information.          
 
Movable Classroom Technology
The following contain movable T.A.P. units equipped with a 3.4 GHz Pentium computer having 8 Gb of ram, a 19" flat screen monitor, a projection unit, full multi-media capability including CD-ROM, a DVD player, sound card, and speakers, manual control strip, a power strip with 6 outlets, 2 audio/1 video connections, and 1 audio/1 VGA connection. Unless otherwise noted, please contact Conferencing for more information. 
 
 

Albertus Hall (AH)

 
  • Two movable T.A.P. carts
  • Please contact the Albertus Main Office for more information on their movable carts.
 
 

Art and Music Center (AMC)

 
  • One movable T.A.P. cart
  • Please contact the AMC Main Office for more information on their movable cart.
 
 

Jarecki Lacks Hauenstein Center (JLH)

 
  • One movable T.A.P. cart
  • Please contact Circulation for more information on this movable cart. 
 
 

Holmdene (H)

 
  • One movable T.A.P. cart              
 
 

Performing Arts Center (PAC)

 
  • One movable T.A.P. cart
  • Please contact PAC office for more information on this movable cart.
 
Specialized T.A.P. Technology
 

Academic Building (AB)

 
  • AB 258
  • Please contact Conferencing/Registrar's Office for more information on reserving AB 258.
 
 

Apartment D

 
  • Conference Room (Flat screen TV)
 
 

Apartment E

 
  • Conference Room (Flat screen TV, Blu-ray player, HDMI connections, and touch screen interface)
 
 

Donnelly Center

 
  • Donnelly Center Upper Level
 
 

Jarecki Lacks Hauenstein Center (JLH)

 
  • JLH 106 (Web cameras and large projection screen), JLH 112 (Eno board), JLH Reading Clinic (Smart Board)
 
 

Sturrus Sports & Fitness Center (SSFC)

 
  • SSFC 101 Conference Room (Eno Board)
 
 

Wege Center (WC)

 
  • WC Private Dining Room (PDR), Loutit Room, Wege Ballroom
 
 
Training for Classroom Technology

Because the operation of the equipment may be very different from the equipment you have used previously, ITS will be offering training sessions for the classroom technology. Please call ITS (632-2050) or Media (632-2131) to schedule training. This training is strongly suggested before using the technology. As an alternative, a training session can be scheduled during an academic department meeting.  To take advantage of this option, department chairpersons can contact the Help Desk at 632-2050 or e-mail techhelp@aquinas.edu with the department meeting date and time. 

 

T.A.P. is a Sustainable Business initiative to encourage faculty to reduce reliance on paper and to provide access to resources, i.e. CourseConnect and fewer handouts.