Classroom Projector Display Settings Fix

Where is my PowerPoint? Why can’t my students see what I see?

You may find the computer screen “extending” rather than “duplicating” to the projection screen. This likely occurred when a previous PPT file “hijacked” the display. We’re providing a quick fix instructions here, but feel encouraged to call Teaching & Learning Technology (TLT) x4090 for assistance.

The quick fix

    1. With the PC and projector both turned-on, keypress the windows and “P” buttons at the same time.
    2. While still holding-down the windows button, press the “P” button until ‘Duplicate’ is highlighted.

  1. Once ‘Duplicate’ is selected, release all keys and screens should mirror. Please allow up to 10 to 20 seconds for digital connection to update.

Is there a permanent fix?

This issue is one of those bugs for which the MS Office community-at-large is working hard to find a solution. We will update this post as soon as this is resolved.

 

Faculty – Bridge Week – Cruiser Migration- Office365 Workshops

For those faculty who were unable to attend the Office 365 workshops during bridge week in May, below are the powerpoint and recorded zoom sessions from each workshop.  We hope these resources will help you with the Campus Cruiser email migration and assist with other advanced topics of Office 365.

Day 1: Cruiser Migration – Getting started with Office 365
Presentation Outline: Day1-CruiserMigration-Getting-Started-with-Office365

Day 2: Cruiser Migration – Getting more out of Office 365
Presentation Outline: Day2-CruiserMigration-Getting-More-Out-of-Office365

Three Great Links You Should Know:

http://itsnews.widener.edu   ITS blog site where projects and other timely information is posted to keep you informed.
http://lynda.widener.edu      Free on-line video training to learn more about Office365 and other technical topics.
http://quickticket.widener.edu   Open a HelpDesk ticket without logging into CampusCruiser