A 6 digit passcode is required for all users to access the AV presentation systems in the general assignment classrooms supported by Classroom Media Support on the UW Madison Campus. See the Classroom Information menu above for a complete list.
Instructors and other users of the classroom AV systems can obtain an AV Passcode by viewing our tutorial and submitting your campus information in the Passcode application form at the end. You will need a UW Madison NetID.
The tutorial will take about 10 minutes and will show you all of the basic functions of the General Assignment Classroom AV systems.
This tutorial is NOT designed for mobile devices. Please use a desktop computer or full-size tablet to complete this tutorial.
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I forgot my passcode!
If you cannot remember your AV system passcode, or are unsure if you have a passcode, use this link. You will need your UW NetID.
Temporary passcodes may be given out for one-time use in extrodinary cirucmstances. Temporary passcodes are only valid for one day.
To receive a temporary passcode, contact us by using the classroom podium helpdesk phone, use a cell/landline phone to call us at 608-890-4900, or email us at email@example.com.
Only UW faculty and staff are allowed to retain keys, all student groups and Union events must check out keys from their respective organization.
You will need a key to open the podium doors to access the cd/dvd/vcr, document camera or microphones. The key will work in all of our classrooms and is yours to keep for as long as you teach here. Please send the key back to us when you retire or leave UW Madison.
These keys do NOT open the room doors or building doors. During normal building hours, the room and building doors should not be locked. We do not have keys to room or building doors – if you need building access contact the department administrator or building manager.
Before requesting a key, please check your key ring to see if you already have a key. The key may have “Y11” or “KV70” stamped on the side, and looks something like this:
To Request a Podium Key
To request a podium key, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your campus address, call us at 890-4900, or visit us at our offices.
Classroom Media Support Offices
- Matt Alexander, 364 Van Hise
- Derek Dombrowski, 373A Bascom Hall (click for map)
- Patrick Wodzinski, 109A Psychology
- Michael Wood, 5227 Humanities
Getting Lecture Capture Authorization
To learn more about Lecture Capture and to receive authorization to use LC, please complete the Lecture Capture online tutorial. Once you’ve completed the tutorial, you may immedietely begin using Lecture Capture.
This tutorial is not designed for mobile devices. Please use a desktop computer or full-size tablet to complete this tutorial.
Before beginning the Lecture Capture tutorial, you MUST have completed the AV System Tutorial and received your AV system passcode!
List of classrooms with Lecture Capture
- Agricultural Hall 125
- Animal Science 212
- Bascom 272
- Biochemistry 1120
- Biochemistry 1125
- Birge 145
- Birge B302
- Education L150
- Education L185
- Education L196
- Educational Sciences 204
- Educational Sciences 228
- Humanities 1217
- Humanities 1221
- Humanities 3650
- Ingraham 19
- Ingraham 22
- Ingraham 120
- Ingraham B10
- Microbial Sciences 1420
- Microbial Sciences 1520
- Nicholas 1125
- Nicholas 4235
- Noland 132
- Noland 168
- Psychology 105
- Psychology 113
- Psychology 121
- Russell Labs 184
- Social Science 5206
- Social Science 5208
- Social Science 6116
- Social Science 6210
- Soils 270
- Sterling 1310
- Sterling 1313
- Van Hise 104
- Van Hise 114
- Van Vleck B130
- Van Vleck B239
- Vilas 4008