TECHNICAL READINESS QUESTIONS
Is your campus technically ready to sponsor a CIT conference? Test your readiness by answering the following questions:
- What is your network configuration? LAN/WAN speed/type? Type of wire? Wireless? WiFi?
- Does your LAN/WAN support the "need worked" PC/MAC/SUN labs?
- Can your LAN/WAN support hands-on workshops requiring Internet access with a reasonable response time?
- Are your lab machines "remote boot"? With hard drives? Without hard drives?
- Can your lab machines be configured to support CIT workshops?
- How much lead time is needed to load software in the labs for the conference?
- What peripherals (scanners, speakers, printers, etc.) are available in the teaching labs?
- What are your projection capabilities?
- Do you have any Smart classrooms (podiums integrated with Internet, computers, LCD, VCR, etc.)?
- Do you have Distance Learning classrooms for live, interactive learning?
- What technologies and protocols (H.320, PictureTel, ISDN, etc.) do your Distance Learning classrooms use?
- What video production facilities are available?
- What kind of A/V support and inventory are available?
- As technology changes, so do the conference technical requirements. Will your campus be technically ready in the future?
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