Stark 103

From WSU Technology Knowledge Base
Jump to: navigation, search

Overview

This article describes the major features and functions of Miller Auditorium (Stark Hall 103) 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

Miller Auditorium (Stark 103) is a centrally-scheduled classroom located on the first floor of Stark Hall on the Winona campus. It is a 193-seat, pitched-floor, lecture-style classroom with rows of padded, theater-style chairs secured to the floor. Each chair has a retractable arm with a small work surface. The room is oriented with the front facing East. There is a large, 32x9' projection screen across the front wall with two HD projectors housed in the rear projection room. The Crestron Digital Media control system allows instructors to project two video sources on the screen simultaneously via:

  • A standard VGA connector with audio jack
  • An HDMI connector
  • A document camera
  • A Blu-ray player

Gallery

Select the picture to enlarge

Learn How To Use the Room

Special Features

  • Podium and Crestron Touch panel interface
Room At A Glance

Capacity = 193

Room Type = Lecture

Seating = Fixed

Student Work Surface = Small desk

Display = 32x16' Projection Screen

Audio = Built-in, multi-channel

Boards = Portable whiteboard

Controls = Crestron DM

Video Conferencing (ITV) = No

Document Camera = Yes

DVD/VCR Player = Yes

Meets WSU classroom standards


Classroom Report Card
B Author series pic.jpg
Feature Grade
Environmental Conditions
Light
C
Noise
B

Wireless Network

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