Technology in the Classroom

Multimedia classrooms have digital projectors or monitors, laptop hook-ups, and Blu-ray/DVD players or DVD players. Some of the rooms have additional equipment, which is detailed below.

Classrooms

These spaces generally have moveable individual student desks or tables and, depending on the space, can accommodate anywhere from 20 to 50 people.

  • Booth 204*, 208*
  • Fowler 111, 112, 201, 207, 209,210, 307, 309, 310
  • Hameetman 04*, 102*, 104*, 124, 202*, 203*, 210*, 225*
  • Treehouse North*, South*
  • Johnson 104, 105, 106, 203, 301​, 302​, 303, 315
  • Mosher 2, 3
  • Berkus 232, 242, 243, 244
  • Swan 117*
  • Weingart 209
  • Weingart 210: Two 35mm slide projectors in the booth.

Auditoriums

These spaces have fixed, stadium-style seating and, depending on the space, can accommodate anywhere from 40 to 200 people.

  • BioScience 113: Blu-ray/DVD player in the lectern.
  • Fowler 202
  • Fowler 302: 35mm slide projector at the rear of the classroom.
  • Choi Auditorium, Johnson 200*
  • Mosher 1: Blu-ray/DVD player and document camera in the lectern.
  • Weingart 117: Document camera in the lectern, and two 35mm slide projectors in the booth.

Seminar rooms

These spaces generally have a large table and chairs, and depending on the space, may accommodate 8-20 people.

  • Academic Commons 251, 355*, Hutto Patterson Seminar Room 3*, Galarza Room*
  • Fowler 210, 310
  • Johnson 313*, 314*
  • Berkus 243B*
  • Swan 111*, 227*
  • Weingart 110*: Blu-Ray player
  • Weingart 116

Computer Labs

These spaces mainly have tables and chairs, and can accommodate 11-25 people. Fowler labs have 8 computers, and Academic Commons labs have 6-25 computers.

  • Academic Commons Brown LearnLab*, oMac Lab, Writing Center Instructional Lab*
  • Fowler 108*, 110, 113, 307

 

*Denotes spaces that are not equipped with a desktop computer.