- IRT Division
- Vice President & Chief Information Officer
AIRC Rm 3010 (map)
Since 2009, IRT has led the renovation of a large number of classrooms. The renovations have included significant improvements to both technology and facilities resources. All rooms were brought up to the Advance Smart standard, meaning they have an HD projector and smart podium with PC, laptop connection, Doc Cam, DVD/VCR, touch screen interface, and network control systems for remote management. Facilities improvements included new lighting, whiteboards, acoustical treatment, and paint. Depending on the room, facilities improvements may have also included carpeting, ceiling tile, pendant light fixtures, and window treatments. Rooms were selected according to a set of prioritizing criteria approved by the Learning Space Advisory Workgroup.
This phase included the renovation of 12 classrooms: AMD 150, 153; DH 106, 213; EUR 109, 112; HMB 202; MND 1015, 4000, 4004, 4008; and YSM 127. Experience and feedback from the first phase and our Folsom Hall project informed this project. For example, projector screens were moved to the side and angled towards students so that more white-board space is available when the screen is down. Lighting controls and types were improved and simplified. Podiums were designed with electric lifts to better facilitate faculty of different heights, improve accessibility, and allow the podium to be lowered out of the line of sight. Sound systems were also improved with more powerful and robust equipment. Survey results have been overwhelmingly positive for this project as well.
This phase included the renovation of 18 classrooms: ALP 204, 236; ARC 3004, 3006, 3009; DH 212; MND 1003, 1005, 2007, 3011, 3013; LIB 65; MRP 1000, 1001; RVR 1015; SLN 2002; and SQU 338, 456. These spaces are some of the larger rooms on campus. This renovation addressed 1559 student seats, or 16% of the campus-wide available seats. The survey results from these renovations were overwhelmingly positive. Feedback from this survey was used to make improvements in ensuing renovations.
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