The following is a list of classrooms with Instructional Support technology:


Learning Studios

Learning Studios are classrooms that are designed with high configurability in mind, offering instructors the ability to move the furniture in any configuration they desire and offers laptops so instructors and students could have computers anywhere they would like.  Learning Studios also typically have two LCD projectors or an LCD projector and a Smart Board to compliment the high configurability of the room.  The following rooms are Learning Studios:

North:

ESH: 103, 104

SSB: 449

Clark Hall: 400

BH: 430

South:

SCC: 103

Villa: 155

 


TECs

TECs, or Technology Enhanced Classrooms, are designed similarly to a traditional classroom (instructor in front of a room with every student facing them), but with computers permanently placed at the instructor podium and where each student sits.  These rooms also offer LCD projectors to allow the instructor to display content to their class.  The following rooms are TECs:

North:

ESH: 003, 005, 106, 107

SSB: 102, 134

BH: 231

South:

Music: 105 

Fine Arts:

FA 220


Lecture Halls

Lecture Halls are rooms with a computer permanently placed for the instructor, like a Stick Room or a Podium Room, as well as an LCD projector to allow the instructor to display content to their class.  Unlike a Stick Room or a Podium Room, however, these rooms can seat more than 100 people.  The following rooms are Lecture Halls:

North:

SSB: 118

Clark Hall: 100

Lucas Hall: 100, 200

Stadler Hall: 104

Benton Hall: 103

South:

Education Administration: 100

 

Stick Rooms / Podium Rooms

Stick Rooms and Podium Rooms are rooms with a computer permanently placed for the instructor, as well as an LCD projector to allow the instructor to display content to their class.  These rooms are mostly traditionally designed, although some are designed differently (ex. meeting rooms).  Stick Rooms have a computer on a movable stick to allow the instructor to reposition the station if needed.  Podium Rooms, on the other hand, have the computer permanently placed inside of a lectern, and typically offer better sound and newer technology than Stick Rooms.  

For further information on Rooms, Room Features or Scheduling please visit 25 Live or contact the Registrar's Office for more details.