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VCR Instructions

VCRs are found only in standard classrooms installed or renovated before 2008, and then only if it hasn’t broken down yet.

As of May 2016 the following classrooms still have VCRs:

  • Allen Hall 406
  • Allen Hall 510
  • Allen Hall 511
  • Allen Hall 611
  • Armstrong Hall 206
  • Armstrong Hall 219
  • Armstrong Hall 306
  • Brooks Hall G25
  • Brook Hall 202
  • Brooks Hall 302
  • Chitwood Hall G1
  • Clark Hall 104
  • Clark Hall 208
  • Clark Hall 312
  • Eiesland Hall 503
  • ESB G39
  • ESB G84
  • Hodges 259
  • Hodges 260
  • Ming Hsieh Hall G20
  • Ming Hsieh Hall G21
  • Ming Hsieh Hall 122
  • Ming Hsieh Hall 126
  • Oglebay Hall G10
  • Oglebay Hall 103
  • Oglebay Hall 106
  • Oglebay Hall 107
  • Oglebay Hall 110
  • Oglebay Hall 117
  • Oglebay Hall 118

Future room renovations will not include VCRs. If you require a VCR for your classroom, portable units may be obtained from Media Services, located in the WVU Downtown Library. Portable VCRs may be used in classrooms through the input panel.


A. Locate the VCR inside the multimedia lectern at the front of the classroom. Carefully insert your tape.


B. Locate the touchpanel on the lectern top.


C. Select the VCR for projection by pressing the “VCR” button in the left portion of the touch panel.


D. For classrooms with two projectors, project the VCR onto the left or right screen by pressing the appropriate display button in the lower portion of the touch panel.


E. Control the VCR (play, stop, fast forward, rewind, eject) with the appropriate buttons on the front of the VCR.


F. Adjust the volume using the touch panel “Room” volume slider control.


G. The Closed Caption decoder is located directly above the VCR. To turn ON Closed Captions, move the toggle switch to the left for CC1. To turn OFF Closed Captions, move the toggle switch to either the center or right position.

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H. The Closed Caption decoder will display captions only when using videocassettes displaying the closed caption logo.