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Each teaching space within Dineen Hall is fully equipped to facilitate simultaneous instruction for students in the room itself, and for those who are attending the class remotely.

There are two basic forms of teaching space in the building – lecture halls and seminar spaces.  Basic descriptions pertaining to hybrid in-class/online instruction are below.

Lecture Halls

  • Tiered space
  • Fixed furniture
  • Standalone teaching station
  • Room controls
    • Touchscreen on teaching station
    • Light and shade controls on wall
  • Audio
    • Wireless lapel microphone for faculty
    • Push-to-talk microphones in student desks
    • Amplification of faculty microphone
    • Amplification of computer content (including Zoom session) with in-ceiling speakers
  • Camera
    • 1-3 cameras in room, feeding video to PC in teaching station
  • Displays
    • Large projected image
    • Confidence monitor, front-facing, mounted on ceiling or back wall
    • Touch- and pen-enabled Wacom tablet monitor on teaching station

Seminar Rooms

  • Flat room
  • Moveable furniture
  • Teaching PC in room's closet
    • Keyboard and mouse at table
  • Room Controls
    • Touchscreen on wall
    • Light and shade controls on wall
  • Audio
    • Ceiling-mounted microphones
    • Ceiling-mounted speakers
    • Amplification of computer content (including Zoom session with in-ceiling speakers
  • Camera
    • 1-3 cameras in room, feeding video to PC in room's closet
  • Display
    • Large projected image or LCD monitor
    • Note: Large, student-facing projection screen or monitor is only display in seminar spaces
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