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Videoconferencing tools and tips

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Using your laptop

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It's often more convenient to use the TV as an external monitor for your laptop. There's an HDMI cable extending from beneath the TV screen that you can plug into any laptop with an full-size HDMI socket. There's a 3-way HDMI switch for adapter cables for other port types; ask WilliamSeligman if you need one.
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It's often more convenient to use the TV as an external monitor for your laptop. There's an HDMI cable extending from beneath the TV screen that you can plug into any laptop with an full-size HDMI socket. There's a 3-way HDMI switch for adapter cables for other port types; ask WilliamSeligman if you need one. Use the TV remote's INPUT button to switch the TV to INPUT2B. Set your laptop to mirror its display, or use the TV as an extended desktop as you prefer.
 
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Use the TV remote's INPUT button to switch the TV to INPUT2B. Set your laptop to mirror its display, or use the TV as an extended desktop as you prefer.
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There's also a VGA cable extending from the back of the TV. You can use it if you have an older type of laptop or adapter. Use the INPUT button on the TV remote to switch the TV to PC.
 

Projector

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  See the instructions for the Nevis wireless network.
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On a bookshelf near the TV cart, there is a hub with a couple of ethernet ports available for those laptops without wireless cards, or with very old cards that can't handle WPA encryption. Any laptop made after 2005 should work properly on the Nevis wireless network.
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On a bookshelf near the TV cart, there is a hub with an ethernet port available for those laptops without wireless cards, or with very old cards that can't handle WPA encryption. Any laptop made after 2005 should work properly on the Nevis wireless network.
  It is not faster to connect your laptop via a network cable in the library! The wireless network is capable of speeds up to 130 Mb/s (300 Mb/s for the 5G networks); the cables are connected to a switch whose maximum speed is 100 Mb/s.
 
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