IRTS Conference Room SEC 202C
This is a small conference/meeting room for up to 20 people. The room is equipped with a large LCD TV, a Windows computer, and video/teleconferencing capabilities.
IRTS Tech Room SEC 202E
This classroom/meeting room is a collaborative workspace for up to 35 people. The room is equipped with a Windows computer, Elmo and large LCD TV. A mobile device cart with 22 windows laptops is located inside the room.
Literacy Education Room SEC 202D
The Literacy Education room can be used for meeting room or classroom instruction for up to 20 people. The teacher station projects using a Promethean Interactive Whiteboard.
WRC Windows Computer Lab WRC 154
The College of Education's HPELS Windows Computer Classroom is located in the Wellness and Recreation Center (WRC 154).
To schedule use of this lab call Karen Peterson at 273-2654. This laboratory includes 31 DELL desktop computers, 3 HP Scanjet 4570c scanners, 1 networked Sharp HP Laserjet 4200 printer, 1 Elmo Projector, 1 Sharp PG-C45X LCD projector for displaying VHS video images, data and images via the Elmo.
Software Available in this lab:
FileMaker Pro 6.0
Internet Explorer 8
Macromedia Studio MX (Dreamweaver|Fireworks|Flash|FreeHand)
Microsoft Office XP (Word|Excel|PowerPoint|Access)
Photoshop Elements 6.0
Technology Methods Lab SEC 133
The College of Education's Technology Methods Laboratory is located in SEC 133. This laboratory has 35 Chromebooks and 11 MacBook Pro laptops.
A document viewer and cable to attach a laptop computer are located on the presentation station. A projection unit allows for effective display of data, and video images. There are 3 additional 60" monitors that can be use for collaborative group discussions. Classroom designed with moveable tables and chairs and portable whiteboards for each table.
The Technology Methods Laboratory is an instructional lab in which classes are held. To reserve this classroom, call Scheduling office at 273-2112 at least one week in advance.
Hardware and software for this lab are funded by Student Technology Funds.