Room 230/232 (Franklin Center)
Primary Functions: Technology-intensive meetings, seminars, working groups and class sessions
Technologies Available: Wireless room control, Four 50 inch plasma screens, overhead projection, seven inputs fully routable to any display, High Definition IP-based videoconferencing, built-in Mac Mini computer with Superdrive, AppleTV + Airplay.
Classroom 028 (Franklin Center / Arts & Sciences)
Classroom 028 (maximum capacity 35 students), is a dedicated teaching and meeting space for the department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (AMES) at the Center. As scheduling permits, room 028 can also be used by other entities as a university resource for various functions. Through the generosity of Arts & Sciences Computing, 028 is equipped for data/video projection for region-free DVD playback and multi-standard VHS videotape playback (NTSC, PAL, SECAM) and audio amplification. Instructors may use the built-in Mac Mini computer for displaying content or opt to connect their own laptop to the projection system.
Classroom 016A/B (Franklin Center / Arts & Sciences)
Room 016A/B (maximum capacity 14 students), is ideally suited for smaller advanced undergraduate and graduate student seminars. Instructors may make use of the room’s wipeboard, built-in Mac Mini computer or opt to connect their own laptop to the projection system.