Classroom Problem Reporting Form

See screen capture showing two new desktop icons that have been added to all Classroom PCs for quick references to support resources and a new problem reporting form to report classrooms issues. 

All problem reports will be sent to the management teams within Facilities/Maintenance Engineering and ITS.     

Classroom Support – provides link to quick reference guides for classroom resource and useful tips. https://its.hsc.wvu.edu/classroom-tech/classroom-support-guide/

 Report a Problem – click this link to report problems within the classroom such as HVAC, seating issues/non-working power and data jacks, broken tablet arms, etc.https://wvu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eKHkzPhlMaS5x3f 

*Please note all emergency requests for wall open/close needs should continue to be called into Facilities at 293.4115.  Room users should not try to open/close wall themselves. 


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