Technology Infrastructure Educational Specifications Checklist

Major Area/Activity Responsibility I. Areas to be addressed 1. Generic Classrooms _________ - standard layout for equipment and service 2. Computer Laboratories _________ - number and type needed 3. Media Center _________ - standard and special equipment & service layout 4. Faculty Offices/Teacher Work Rooms _________ 5. Science Labs _________ - number and type needed 6. Art Classrooms _________ - standard layout for equipment and service 7. Music Classrooms _________ - number and type needed 8. Multimedia Production Area _________ - layout for equipment and service 9. TelevisiontVideo Editing Area _________ - layout for equipment and service10. Distance Learning Room _________ - layout for equipment and service11. Centralized Copy/FAX Area _________ - layout for equipment and service12. Staging Area for Equipment Deliveries _________ - equipment and service13. Repair and Maintenance Area _________ - layout for equipment and service14. Storage Areas _________ - layout for equipment and service15. Computer Training Room for Staff _________ - equipment and service II. Special technology related areas to be addressed 1. Conduit _________ 2. CableTray _________ 3. Intercom, Emergency System Cabling _________ 4. Floor Electrical Ouflet Access _________ 5. Computer Floor Areas _________ 6. Surge Protection _________ 7. Grounding _________ 8. Quantity of Outlets Needed in Each Room _________ 9. Lighting Requirements in Computer Areas _________ 10. Ceiling Projector Requirements Responsibility _________

This article originally appeared in the 12/01/1996 issue of THE Journal.

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