A flexible ("flex cart") classroom has a dedicated set of laptops (with chargers and mice) and a printer. The room acts as an optional lab, ready whenever you need it. A code is given out at the start of each semester to faculty that will be teaching in these rooms.
To request the code, please contact email@example.com.
AQ 322 (35 laptops)
DE 107 (25 laptops)
DE 108 (25 laptops)
DH 304 (28 laptops)
DH 307 (28 laptops)
NH 221 (25 laptops)
NH 222 (25 laptops)
NH 223 (25 laptops)
NH 225 (25 laptops)
NH 229 (35 laptops)
NH 230 (35 laptops)
TL 115 (25 laptops)
TL 218 (25 laptops)
WD 302 (25 laptops)
WD 352 (25 laptops)
MO 238 (32 laptops)
DB 348 (32 laptops)
MH 202 (32 laptops)
This program only involves the laptop cart with the printer on top. There are other laptop carts that the IT Frontliners move from room to room as requested by instructors.
When you enter the code for the cabinet and turn the handle down, the pins at the top and bottom of the door retract. If you move the handle back up, then the pins will move back into place. You should re-enter the code and turn the handle down to unlock the door. When the door is unlocked, shut the door and lock it by turning the handle back up.
The cabinet code requires the (#) pound symbol before and after entering it. If the code is not working and the alarm is sounding, please let us know.
Most locks are spring-loaded. Push the lock up (or in) to unlock. The other locks can be pulled down (or out) to unlock.
If the lock is spring-loaded, then change the combination before putting the lock on the cart.
If the lock is not spring-loaded, you can only change the combination after putting the lock on the cart.
Please do not leave your combination on the lock when you are finished.
No, the orange light indicates the laptop is powered on, in sleep mode, or turned off.
No. If you are having a technical problem in the room not related to the laptops, please call the IT Support Center at x5050 or 614-287-5050.