Do you miss campus – chatting in person with your advisees, grabbing a drink from the Blue Camel with a colleague? Are you tired of the distractions of home, or dealing with flaky internet? We have a solution!
Media Services has created two temporary remote teaching spaces so you can teach remotely from campus. For more information about the spaces, email firstname.lastname@example.org, and to reserve them, email email@example.com. Information about COVID testing and visiting campus may be found here.
Remote Teaching Room, Shain Library
Previously a video viewing room for students, the Remote Teaching Room on the third floor of Shain Library is equipped with a large whiteboard (not shown in picture), microphone, large screen tv, and mounted webcam. This room would be best for faculty teaching synchronous, remote classes that require some use of a whiteboard.
Remote Teaching Room with Lightboard, Global Learning Lab Conference Room, 102B Blaustein
Previously a conference room, the Remote Teaching Room in Blaustein 102B is equipped with a lightboard – a large free standing LED illuminated clear writing surface with front mounted webcam, microphone and a large screen tv for direct interaction with viewers. This room is best suited for faculty teaching synchronous, remote classes or recording lectures that require a lot of whiteboard/chalkboard use.
Also Available: Global Learning Lab
The Global Learning Lab continues to be available for faculty and student use, although it can only accommodate up to 5 people. The Global Learning Lab is designed for web conferencing and boasts high quality audio and video capabilities. Questions about using this space can be directed to Laura Little (firstname.lastname@example.org). This room is best suited for faculty teaching remote, synchronous classes or hosting meetings that include up to 4 in-person attendees and use whiteboards.