Classrooms

Office of Information Technology supported classrooms are defined as a room or space generally used for scheduled instruction that require no special, restrictive equipment or configuration. These classrooms are equipped with standard technology defined below and are maintained by OIT. OIT supported classrooms are listed by building on the left. 

Departments or colleges who would like the Office of Information Technology to provide support for their classrooms should request a consultation and be aware that there are provisioning and recurring funding charges to do so. OIT will assume support of formerly department or college owned classrooms after permanent funding is arranged. See charges.

Level 1 classroom

Designed for up to 49 students. The technology system will include: projector, screen, laptop connection, Blu-ray player, document camera, amplified speakers and touch panel control system. The cart may also include: EduCable, Clicker system.

Level 2 classroom

Designed for 50 to 100 students. The technology system will include: projector, screen, laptop connection, Blu-ray player, document camera, amplified speakers and touch panel control system. The cart may also include: EduCable, Clicker system.

Level 2 classrooms will have an amplified table microphone and assisted listening system.

Level 3 classroom

Designed for 100 or more students. These rooms are typically “lecture hall” or auditorium style with tiered seating. The technology system will include: projector, screen, laptop connection, Blu-ray player, document camera, amplified speakers and touch panel control system. The cart may also include: EduCable, Clicker system.

Level 3 classrooms will have an amplified table microphone, one or more wireless microphones and assisted listening system. Some level 3 classrooms include auditorium style classrooms with less than 100 seats.