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Virtual Lab Access

To help remote students have access to campus software located in the IT computer labs, as well as social distancing, the SEMO IT Department has integrated virtual lab technology to remotely access the IT computer labs. Students who are on or off campus and want to remotely access an IT Computer lab can follow the Computer Labs Remote Access guide.

October 5th, 2020

Mixed & HyFlex Classroom Technology

Technologies in many classrooms look different for Fall 2020. Mixed and HyFlex delivery modes have driven changes to technology in academic classrooms, labs, and offices across campus. Several of these changes were made quickly to meet the need for new online delivery options. To help communicate these changes, Information Technology has added a News & Announcements section on their homepage which lists IT projects and inititives that may affect you and your area. In addition, if you haven't had an opportunitity to view the support changes that address these technology changes, begin by visiting our Equipment Guides & Videos webpage. Also new this semester is the software webpage. Here you will find software support broken dow between faculty and student tabs. Sometimes it helps to see the student experience with the same software as you successfully guide and support them with its use.

October 5th, 2020

ITV Replacement

Equipment has been identified to replace ITV technology. These rooms will offer a remote controlled ceiling mounted camera, two ceiling mounted microphones, and an audio mixer. Installation of new equipment in 20 ITV identified classrooms is scheduled to beginning January 2021, with ITV style courses replaced with new technology fall 2021.

October 1st, 2020

Additional Classroom Technology

There is remaining classroom technology available. Please email Martha Henckell at if you are interested in this equipment for classroom use. Provide the room number the equipment will be located.

For additional information on how to use some of this equipment, visit the Equipment Guides & Videos webpage.

Wired headsets (headphones and microphones) -connects through USB or 3.5 mm; single-sided allowing an open ear to surroundings; noise-canceling boom design; volume is adjustable

Wireless headsets (headphones and microphones) -connect through Bluetooth and must be charged via USB; Mute button; 34 hours playtime and 2 hour charging time; noise cancelling


Blue Ice Snowball microphone- especially good for faculty who have trouble projecting their voice while wearing masks; tabletop, 4”w x 4”h; USB connection; omnidirectional


Goldensky webcam –monitor top webcam, speaker, and microphone; connects via USB, 90 degree field of view, 9”w x 2.8” h


HuddlecamHD Go –Portable desktop/table top webcam, speaker, and microphone; wide angle lens, 360 degree speaker, connects via USB; 2.8”w x 9.25”h


Variety of monitor top webcams with mics



22” Touch panel monitors –great as a single or second monitor


Model PCT2235

For information on how to use dual monitors in the classroom, click on the Dual Monitors tab link.

Planar Helium PCT2235 - LED monitor - Full HD (1080p) - 22" - with 3-Years


22” Touch panel monitor with stylus capability –great as a second monitor or use as a white board that can be clearly viewed by remote and face-2-face students.

For information on how to use dual monitors in the classroom, click on the Dual Monitors tab link.

Model PXL2230MW

Planar Systems PXL2230MW 21.5" 16:9 Touchscreen LCD Monitor

October 1st, 2020

Dual Monitors

An additional monitor is being added to all classrooms identified as Mixed/HyFlex until current monitor inventory is depleted. Rooms that have been identified include

  1. AC 202 ITC Touchscreen
  2. AC 204 ITC Touchscreen
  3. AC 206 ITC Touchscreen
  4. CH 101 Dual
  5. CH 105 Dual
  6. CH 208 Dual
  7. CH 210 Dual
  8. CR 109 Dual
  9. DH 026 Dual
  10. GB 001 Dual
  11. GB 102 Dual
  12. GB 113 Dual
  13. GB 225 Dual
  14. GB 239 Dual
  15. GB 240 Dual
For information on how to use dual monitors in the classroom, click on the Dual Monitors tab link.If you would like to discuss this project or request further information, please contact the IT Help Desk.

October 1st, 2020


IT Help Desk

(573) 651-4357

IT Office

(573) 651-2217
One University Plaza
Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701