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Yes. When connecting laptop computers into teaching room data projectors, there should normally be no problem with most laptop brands. The projectors will generally cope with the most common video settings. However the image quality will vary depending on the resolution settings and the aspect ratio. Please be aware that if a laptop that is set to very high resolution and/or a 16:9 aspect ratio is connected, the projector has to rescale and may resize the image. This will compromise the projected image quality which may or may not be noticeable depending on the amount of extra processing the projector has to do.
You may be able to connect your laptop to the University of Waikato network.
If you are a staff member your local computer support consultant will be able to assist you with this process. A list of local computer support consultants can be found here. Please contact them for further assistance.
If you are a student you would need to find out if your specific school supports this facility in their various computer training rooms. There are also several wireless access points around the University e.g. the Library - Student Centre.
Enrolled students on the Hamilton and Tauranga campuses have access to a free internet service with a fixed amount of Internet bandwidth for shared use. Students who unfairly use excessive Internet will impact the service for all students, so students are requested to moderate their use.
This free internet service takes the form of:
Connect Your Laptop to the University Network
Information on connecting to the Waikato network, cabled and wireless.
Student Computer Labs
Information on general and faculty compter labs on campus.
File Backup and Recovery
Information on how to restore a file that you have acidentally deleted from a departmental share or your H: drive.
Druva Back-up / Restore a File or Folder
Podcasting - What is a Podcast?
Free Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus Download
Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus is now FREE for all UoW staff and currently enrolled students.
Configure Eduroam for Windows 7 & 10
Eduroam @ The University of Waikato
The University has provided a Self Service tool through which you can log your own support tickets (jobs). You can also search for a previously logged ticket to check it's status. For urgent jobs you can phone the ITS Service Desk: ext 4008 (838 4008) for support.
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