Classroom Technology
State College Area School District Remote Learning Resources related to Classroom Technology
Classroom Webcams
Information related to the Classroom Webcams in the classrooms to support Remote Students.

Learn More about the Classroom Webcams
Classroom Document Cameras
Information about how to use the Document Cameras to support Remote Learning

Learn More about the Classroom Document Cameras
Projector / Display
Information on the classroom projectors and mirroring display to the projector

Learn More about the Classroom Projectors and Display Settings
Classroom FAQs
Frequently asked questions about the Classroom Technology to support remote learning

Under Construction - Please Check Back Soon for More Information

In order to support remote synchronous learning this school year. IT Services will be making some changes to classroom technology. This will include items like document cameras, projectors, and webcams. Please use this helpful guide to see what these changes will look like as well as tips and tricks on the new setups.

Classroom WebCams

Each of our instructional classrooms will be outfitted with a webcam on a tripod or utilizing the classroom document camera as a webcam where needed. Please see the below examples of what this setup looks like for remote students, in-person students and teachers. 

Setup classroom webcam and connect to Mac
What do Remote Students See?
Can Remote Students See the Whiteboard? Whiteboard Sample
How well can Remote Student Hear? Audio Sample
What does the Teachers Computer look like? Teacher Laptop View Sample
What do in person students see? (Not Video - Just Image)

Classroom Document Cameras

Each of our instruction classrooms will have a document camera that can be utilized as a webcam when needed.  Please refer to the Professional Development videos below to learn how to utilize the document cameras for this purpose.


How to use the document camera as a webcam
Learn how to use the document camera with Google Meet

Classroom Projectors / Display Settings

Information about the classroom projectors and how to use mirroring or an extended display with the classroom projectors.


Learn how to mirror or extend your display settings. Mirror shows you laptops screen on the projector and extending allows you have different windows on different screens


The SCASD IT Office is located in the Panorama Village Administrative Center at 240 Villa Crest Dr. State College PA 16801

SCASD IT Office.
240 Villa Crest Drive
State College
Pennsylvania, 16801