Oklahoma Baptist University

Apple TVs are designed and marketed for the home entertainment market, but they can be very useful in the classroom. Anything on the screen of an Apple device such as an iPad, an iPhone, or a MacBook, can be sent wirelessly to the projector via the Apple TV device. The sound signal is also sent to the projection speakers. It uses Apple’s “Airplay” protocol to connect wirelessly to other Apple products. If you have an Apple device that is on the same wireless network as the Apple TV device (the employee network), you can mirror your screen onto the projector and show presentations, show web sites, show videos, demonstrate apps and other software, etc.

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Classrooms with Apple TV

  • Bailey 102
  • Bailey 103
  • Bailey 127 (Auditorium)
  • Bailey 202 (F lab)
  • Bailey 203 (G lab)
  • Bailey 206 (H lab)
  • Bailey 209
  • Bailey 210

  • Library 306

  • Noble 204

  • Raley 136
  • Raley 138
  • Raley 203

  • Shawnee 109
  • Shawnee 118
  • Shawnee 205
  • Shawnee 209
  • Shawnee 210
  • Shawnee 213
  • Shawnee 301
  • Shawnee 303
  • Shawnee 304
  • Shawnee 305
  • Shawnee 306
  • Shawnee 307
  • Shawnee 308
  • Shawnee 310

  • Thurmond 304
  • Thurmond 306
  • Thurmond 308 (A lab)
  • Thurmond 313 (E lab)

  • Wood 102
  • Wood 118

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