And if technology is mentioned in the posting it is safe, though not guaranteed, to assume that the institution has invested significant money in the classrooms for reliable systems. This is 2012 after all, so I have to doubt schools are kidding themselves about their technology resources the way they were in say 1999.
Clearly, you are not interviewing at the places I interviewed this season. Some of those schools were definitely kidding themselves about their technology resources, unless they were of the "whiteboards are technically technology" persuasion.
Gratefully, I don't interview anymore. If I did I would be prepared for both contingencies.