Has anyone found a good way to get teachers to turn off their blasted projectors when they aren't using them? We have about 20 projectors in classrooms in school and every single lunchtime I am forced to walk around and turn off loads of them. ARGH!
I know some of them have auto-off after-certain-amount-of-time features, but this has proven to be an unpopular idea with staff who are afraid that the projector will turn off in the middle of their lesson.
Closest I've come is to send round a memo detailling just how much it costs to keep replacing bulbs, blown from overuse that is not actual use; this only served to get me in trouble from the head's, who felt that my note was "offensive".
What's a guy to do? Feels like I am banging me head against a wall here; they want the best out of everything, but offer no compliance to do so!
I've gotten to the point of not bothering to turn them off now, in the hope that the ever-growing cost of bulbs will make some of the more senior members of staff rasie the issue.