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  • History
    of the elements of the program but it remains basically as written an instrument to provide assistance to institutions demonstrating a constructive effort to strengthen themselves The current Title III legislation authorizes three distinct programs Part A Strengthening Institution Programs Part B Strengthening Historically Black Colleges and Universities HBCU Program undergraduate and Strengthening Historically Black Graduate Institutions HBGI Program and Part C Endowment Challenge Grant Program Fayetteville State University presently receives support under the undergraduate program of Part B and formally under Part C Fayetteville State University has been a Title III grantee continuously since the latter half of the 1960s The institution is the recipient of two federal grants that are managed by the Title III office they include the Title III Undergraduate Programs SAFRA formerly College Cost Reduction Act Allocation CCRAA The program s funding level is listed on the news page under funding history At the national level the Title III Programs are administered by the Division of Institutional Development within the Office of Post secondary Education Title III is referred to as the President s Program Chancellor s in FSU s case since the funds are awarded to support institutional priorities identified by the university s administration Though the chief executive s involvement is not required in the day to day operation of the Title III Project he is expected to be knowledgeable about its impact upon the issues and priorities identified in the grant application The Department of Education ED accounts for more revenue to HBCUs than any other federal agency totaling more than 4 7 billion in 2013 ED is a multifaceted agency and revenue to HBCUs comes from ED in many forms The bulk of the funding is awarded to students to attend HBCUs in the form of grants and loans for qualifying

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  • Feedback Form
    Information Name Email How Can We Help You Comment Question Complete Your Form Copyright Fayetteville State University 1200 Murchison Road Fayetteville NC 28301 910 672 1111 A Constituent Institution of The University of North Carolina Contact Us Quick Links myBronco

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  • Benefits of Smart Technology
    class the next professor was at the door and all you could do was hope you d be able to remember your ideas later as you erased your hard work Now with the click of a mouse button you can save your notes without having to rewrite them After you have saved your notes you can organize them with ease on your own computer Have you ever gone searching for your notes from 2 semesters ago because they would be the PERFECT addition to a new lecture you are creating Unless you are an extremely organized person your notes are somewhere but you cannot find them With your digitally saved notes you can look them up via folder name date or program You can provide exact class notes to an absent student or a student looking for extra help via the internet Students miss classes that s inevitable but now students don t have to miss the lecture You can post the digital notes to your faculty website Blackboard or send them via email to your absent student By the next class there is no reason that everyone is not on the same page Be creative with this technology You

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/itts/smart-classrooms/benefits (2016-02-17)
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  • Smart Classrooms by Building
    6100i Qomo DP580 Sony Audio Source In Podium Ceiling 220 35 Sympodium ID 250 Epson 830P Qomo DG600 Sony Audio Source In Podium Ceiling 227 40 Sympodium ID 250 Epson 830P ELMO 5100G Sony Audio Source In Podium Ceiling 308 35 Sympodium ID 250 Epson 830P Qomo DG600 Sony Audio Source In Podium Ceiling Back to Top Loretta Taylor Gym Room Seating Monitor Projector Document Camera VCR Amplifier Speakers 240 Distance Learning 40 Sympodium ID 370 NEC NP60 Qomo DP580 Sony In Podium Ceiling 242 45 Sympodium ID 370 Epson 6100i Qomo DP580 Sony Audio Source In Podium Ceiling 310 40 Sympodium ID 370 Epson 6100i Qomo DP580 Sony Audio Source In Podium Wall Back to Top Lyons Science Complex Room Seating Monitor Projector Document Camera VCR Amplifier Speakers 109 40 Sympodium ID 350 Sony PX35 ELMO 800SX Sony Audio Source In Podium Ceiling 113 Science Lab 30 Sympodium ID 250 Sony PX35 ELMO 800SX Sony Audio Source In Podium Ceiling 201 40 Sympodium ID 250 Sony PX35 ELMO 8100 Sony Audio Source In Podium Ceiling 203 25 Sympodium ID 250 Epson 830P Qomo DG600 Sony Audio Source In Podium Ceiling 304 W 25 Sympodium ID 350 Epson 6100i Qomo DP580 Sony Audio Source In Podium Ceiling Back to Top Rosenthal Building Room Seating Monitor Projector Document Camera VCR Amplifier Speakers 124 40 Sympodium ID 250 Epson 830P ELMO 5100G Sony TOA 900 Series In Podium Wall Mounted 125 40 Sympodium ID 250 Epson 830P ELMO 5100G Sony TOA 900 Series In Podium Wall Mounted Back to Top School of Business Economics Building Room Seating Monitor Projector Document Camera VCR Amplifier Speakers 104 ITTS Lab 15 Sympodium ID 250 Sony PX35 ELMO 5100G Sony Audio Source In Podium Ceiling 113 Distance Learning 30 Sympodium ID 250 Sony PX35 ELMO 5100G

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  • How To
    standing or the opposite side Once on adjust the arms of the lights and the lens to best view your documents On the control panel locate the grey button below the words Document Camera and push it This selects the document camera as the projector s input When finished using the document camera PLEASE turn it off in an effort to preserve the bulb life Thank you in advance Back to the Top To Play View a Videotape Note There is no remote for the VCR its controls are located on the far right side of the control panel See above Locate the VCR in the podium usually on the second or third shelf Turn it on if it is not on already Looking back at the control panel find the grey button below the letters VCR and push it This switches the projector s input to the VCR Use the VCR as usual As a common courtesy before you leave the SMART Classroom press the button labeled Computer Back to the Top To Play View your own Video Source Note All wires for your personal video source must be provided by you not ITTS Locate the grey button on the control panel below the phrase S Video and press it refer to the picture above This switches the projector s input to the S Video controls Plug your corresponding wires for audio and or video into the ports to the right of the volume controls Turn your video source on Back to the Top To View a Laptop Note All wires for your personal laptop must be provided by you not ITTS Connect your laptop to the control panel via the bottom black Audio and VGA ports located to the right of the volume controls Keep Computer selected on

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/itts/smart-classrooms/how-to (2016-02-17)
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  • Smart Reference Guide
    To Smart Classrooms Guide Smart Classrooms Podium Smart Classrooms Projector Smart Classrooms Document Camera Smart Classrooms Sympodium Smart Reference Guide Download and print your very own copy of the SMART Reference Guide PDF Download and watch the SMART Training PowerPoint for an overview computer troubleshooting and advanced Smart Classroom techniques Copyright Fayetteville State University 1200 Murchison Road Fayetteville NC 28301 910 672 1111 A Constituent Institution of The University of

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  • Smart Podium
    The podiums in the SMART Classrooms have been custom made for FSU They are equipped with a Sympodium Monitor an ELMO or ProMax Document Camera a VCR an Audio Amplifier ceiling or wall mounted speakers and an HP computer equipped with a DVD drive The podiums are also equipped with a VGA connector to allow faculty to connect their laptop to the system You will need a monitor cable VGA in order to do this They are not provided on the lecterns Once connected you will be able to switch between the computer and laptop in order to choose the video source that will be displayed using the projector Laptop Projection To project your laptop video strike SCROLL LOCK twice and then 2 on the top PC keyboard not the numeric keypad To switch back to the computer strike SCROLL LOCK twice and then 1 not on numeric keypad Be aware that the projector is set to turn off after 90 minutes If you are using a laptop or the document camera move the mouse on the lectern s PC to avoid the projector displaying its screen saver Click on the dashboard image to the left for larger view Copyright

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/itts/smart-classrooms/podium (2016-02-17)
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  • Projector
    problem with a projector please call the ITS Helpdesk at ext 2085 If you notice a projector missing please call Campus Police at ext 1775 To turn on the projector simply press the ON projector button on the lectern Doing so will also bring down the projection screen When finished press the OFF button to turn the projector off and retract the projection screen These network projectors are configured to

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