The Crestron Control Panel in Every Classroom

The majority of classrooms at UCF are equipped not only with a console computer, but other technology (DVD, VCR, etc) as well. The Crestron unit at the top of the podium functions as a hub so that you can control what is displayed on the main screen overhead. This tutorial with screenshots will explain the system's capabilities and how to use them.

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