Having a TV in the classroom is a great tool. If it's not set up and ready for us, it can be a real headache.
Theoretically, everything should be ready for use so there is no need for messing about with cables and such. Specifically, the television in Toronto room seems to be getting a lot less love these days.
Dianne is making up a "map" of the buttons that are found on the right side of the unit. We'll post it on the wall next to the unit. It's needed because there is no way to actually move the screen from the wall in order to see the buttons themselves. The only things that should ever be touched are the buttons for volume, and the on/off switch.
Could everyone please make sure that at the end of the day, the TV and the Apple TV thingy are plugged in. I think that will set everyone up for success for the next day.