Gildemeister 201

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About This Article

This article describes the major features and functions of Guildemeister 201 and provides links to other helpful articles about using the room. It includes a Quick Room Summary and the most recent Classroom Report Card evaluation. It is intended for all members of the campus community interested in the room.

Description

Gildemeister 201, or the College of Education Educational Technology Workroom, is a dedicated lab space under the direction of Jim Reineke located on the second floor of Gildemeister Hall on the Winona campus. It is not a centrally-scheduled classroom, but is used by the college to support various courses. It is a 25-seat, flexible space with movable tables and chairs. There are several interactive whiteboards on the south, east, and west walls, designed to give students experience using this technology. Two brands of whiteboard are featured: SMART Board and PolyVision eno board

Special Features

Learn How To Use the Room

Maintenance History

  • None
Room At A Glance

Capacity = 25

Room Type = Multiple groups

Seating = Flexible

Student Work Surface = Table

Display = Projector - Epson 410W

Audio = None

Boards = Multiple smartboards

Controls = None

Video Conferencing (ITV) = No

Document Camera = No

DVD/VCR Player = Yes

Meets WSU classroom standards


Classroom Report Card
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Feature Grade
Environmental Conditions
Light
C
Noise
D

Wireless Network

D
Surfaces
Ceiling
C
Walls
C
Floor
C
Furniture
Student
C
Instructor
D
Instructional Tools
Boards
D
Displays
C
Sound
C
Instructor Station
B
Graded using the Classroom Report Card