Cost structure for guest usage of CWU technology classrooms, laboratories, and video conferencing (Interactive Television) resources
(UPDATED: February 28, 2014)
Classroom & laboratory technology resources at Central Washington University (CWU) are provided through joint State Funding, Tuition, and Student Fees; and Video Conferencing/Interactive Television (ITV) facilities are provided with State Funding and Tuition. As a result, fees are charged for use of these facilities by non-CWU personnel for utilization of the equipment (depreciation, wear & tear, etc.) and for staff supporting the equipment (ITV Operators, Classroom/Laboratory Assistants, Technicians, etc.).
The following fee structure has been developed based on the actual cost to utilize and support these facilities:
CLASSROOMS AND OPEN COMPUTER LABORATORIES:
This includes all classroom & laboratories with computers available for each attendee’s usage. Examples of these include Bouillon 103; Black 129, 226 & 227; and Shaw-Smyser 212, 217 & 218.
NOTE:The fees outlined below are strictly for set-up, testing and utilization of the technology available in the assigned classroom/lab. These fees are in addition to any other charges which CWU may levy for utilities, janitorial services, etc.
This base hourly/daily fee provides:
Additional charges & User Responsibilities:
VIDEO CONFERENCING and INTERACTIVE TELEVISION (ITV) ROOMS:
This includes all venues utilized for remote meetings and conferencing (video conferencing), Interactive Television (ITV) Distance Education, etc. Examples of these facilities include Black.
NOTE: The fees outlined below are strictly for set-up, testing and utilization of the technology available in the assigned venue. These fees are in addition to any other charges which CWU may levy for utilities, janitorial services, etc.
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