Academic Technologies performed a lead role in designing and commissioning three studio labs on the first floor of SEH in collaboration with the School of Engineering and Applied Science to develop active learning spaces that integrate technology with instructional needs. These spaces are designed to facilitate small group interaction and have a 24-seat capacity. Flexible dividers allow for the spaces to be combined, increasing capacity to 48 and 72 seats.
Studio labs are equipped with two large projector screens on opposite sides of the room for optimal viewing at hexagonal desks.
Instructors operate classroom technology from a digital control panel mounted on the wall, which allows greater flexibility. A document camera and HDMI and VGA video inputs are available, allowing users to present from a variety of devices.
Video inputs at each hexagonal desk allow students to present through the classroom projection system from their own devices.
Hexagonal desks allow for collaborative group work.
All studio labs are enabled for GW Lecture Capture.
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1 of 3Hexagonal tables encourage collaborative and active learning.
2 of 3Projector screens on opposite sides of the room ensure students can see the instructional material regardless of where they sit.
3 of 3Video inputs at the tables allow students to present content to the class from their desk.