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Smart Classrooms are identified by the existence of a touchpanel which is generally used to select the audio visual sources and control their volume. In some cases, the touchpanel controls the operation of the projection screen and the room lighting.

 

Arts & Sciences

Capacity

AS-14

60

AS-15

36

BusinessCapacity              Capacity
BB-002**24 BB-137**36
BB-003**24 BB-141**36
BB-004**24 BB-151**36
BB-005**24 BB-205**36
BB-006**48 BB-209**36
BB-007**24 BB-213**36
BB-008**48 BB-217**36
BB-010**66 BB-221**36
BB-012**66 BB-231**36
BB-014**24 BB-356**20
BB-121**36 BB-362**20
BB-125**24 BB-368**20
BB-129**36   
BB-133**36   

Fine Arts

Capacity

FA-126

56

Earth Science

Capacity

ES-241

95

ES-242

72

ES-245

72

Humanities

Capacity

HU-20

60

HU-24

60

HU-109

60

Lecture Centers

Capacity

LC-1

208

LC-2

208

LC-3A   *

49

LC-3B   *

64

LC-3C   *

49

LC-4

138

LC-5

138

LC-6

138

LC-7

490

LC-18

464

LC-19

138

LC-20

138

LC-21

138

LC-22

138

LC-23

170

LC-24

208

LC-25

208

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Each room is equipped with a computer with internet access and a suite of software, DVD/VCR player, data projector, document camera, and a laptop connection.

             * denotes a classroom with a Smart Technologies Sympodium.

             **denotes a classroom with a BluRay player instead of a DVD/VCR player.