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Classroom: Foreign Languages Building G3

Room G3 FLB is a fixed-desk computer classroom located in the northeast corner of the basement and is available for use by the College of LAS, or by other University purposes for a fee. It is about 30’ deep by 25' wide. To enter, you must first pass through a small foyer. The room features a carpeted floor and central air. The projector system is operated by a push-button control pad.

Features

  • Equipment Instructions
  • Seating capacity: 23 student computers and height-adjustable seats
  • Furniture:
    • Fixed desks in 3 rows, aisle in the middle
    • 1 ADA height-adjustable desk for students
    • Height-adjustable chairs and a pair of adjsutable stools with personal tables/trays for collaboration
    • Instructor: 1 height-adjustable desk, 1 movable table and chair
    • Marker boards and transparency OHP with separete projection screen
  • Display:
    • Projector on the North wall
    • Operated by a push-button control pad on the desk
    • Windows computer with DVD drive
    • Region-free DVD player
    • Inputs for VGA + audio and auxiliary composite AV (yellow, red, white) to display personal devices
  • Audio:
    • 2 wall-mounted speakers and a series of ceiling speakers are connected to all source inputs.
    • 1 lavalier microphone for voicelift and the assistive listening system (headsets not provided)
    • Headsets with microphones for the instructor and students are located in a cabinet at the front of the room.
  • Access:
    • Desk staff in room G8 FLB will unlock the room about 10 minutes before class.
    • The instructor equipment is NOT locked.

Background

Room G3 was previously a film archive until converted into classroom around 2006. Initially a video conference classroom withthe same fixed desks, computers were added a couple of years later to help meet the high demand for student computing labs. The video conference equipment was relocated to the Chemistry Department, and they hosted many LAS classes for several years.

View of the Room

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