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Controlling Displays with the Touch Panel in an LTS-equipped Classroom

The starting point for use of display systems in most LTS Facilities (especially High Technology Classrooms) a touch-screen control panel. They do come in different sizes, from a few inches across up to the size of a regular computer display. The following items will help familiarize you with the capabilities of the panels:

Configure Lehigh Gmail for Android Devices

There are 2 sets of instructions for configuring Lehigh Gmail for Android devices. The first set (STEPS 1-7) is for devices running Android v5.0 or higher. The second set (STEPS 8-17) is for devices running Android v4.0-4.9.

Software Installation Overview

This document describes the basic steps involved in installing software on a personal computer. It's a very generalized procedure, and applies to installing any compiled software from any vendor on any operating system. Not all software installations will require all of the steps, and some operating systems and utilities automate some of the steps, but understanding each phase of an installation is helpful in understanding the process as a whole. Always be sure to read any specific instructions from the software vendor, distribution system, or your system administrator.

LTS Remote Desktop Services Usage Guide

Once you've connected with Horizon VMware Client (and VPN, if off-campus), you will see a list of applications available to run.

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LTS Remote Desktop Services

LTS Remote Desktop Services allows faculty, staff and students to use some of Lehigh University's most popular software virtually, without having to be on-campus. Each available software title is accessible through this service by connecting to virtualsite.cc.lehigh.edu via a simple cross-platform application, Horizon VMware Client, that is available as a free download for any computer or mobile device, on or off campus.

Connect HDMI Audio in a VGA-Equipped Laptop Classroom

Many of LTS's 'Laptop Classrooms' and other facilities provide only a VGA video input and a separate 2.5 mm Audio jack to access the room's sound system. This can cause an issue when connecting newer laptops using HDMI to VGA adapters. The laptop automatically disables the standard audio output jack when the adapter is connected to the HDMI jack, and routes its audio signal to the HDMI port. To access the audio stream, your HDMI adapter must be equipped with an audio output jack. Generally, this also requires that the adapter also be connected to a source of power -- usually a USB port.

Cisco Spark

Note: At the present time, Cisco Spark is only available to LTS. LTS is working towards general availability for the fall semester.

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