The IT Group provides several facilities and services in support of campus media needs. These include equipment loans and support of standard media equipment in classrooms, installation and maintenance of classroom technology, the Campus TV System, a 16-channel closed-circuit cable TV network for distribution of video programs to residence halls and study areas, web based presentations, web conferencing, and limited campus event support.
All KSC classrooms are media enhanced and include all or some of the following:
- wireless access
- ceiling mounted data projector
- pull down screen
- DVD player
- Smartcart with laptop connection and/or permanently installed PC
Media equipment is available for circulation and may be used without charge by the faculty, staff and students of Keene State College for academic purposes.
Equipment reservation requests from faculty, staff and students should be completed using the online request form. 48 hour notice is appreciated.
Student borrowers are required to get a signature from a supervising faculty member in order to pick-up an equipment loan at the HelpDesk
CTV (Campus TV System)
CTV is a cable TV Network for distribution of video programs to classrooms, residence halls and study areas across campus. It consists of two programming sources; TV cable services and campus programs. Campus programs include: live programs from the TV Studio, a sports info channel, a movie channel and a general campus info channel.
Keene State Zoom is a full-featured video and collaborative technology available to KSC faculty, staff, and students. Zoom unifies cloud video/web conferencing, simple online meetings, and group messaging into one easy-to-use platform. Zoom accounts allow for video, audio, and content sharing from any device including Windows and Mac computers, Android and iOS devices.
KSC faculty and students can use Zoom in conjunction with Canvas to have virtual class meetings, hold online office hours, or to bring guest speakers to classes from afar. Faculty can record these meetings and post them in Canvas for their students to review.