Performing Arts Center 113

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Overview

This article describes the major features and functions of PAC 113 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

PAC 113 is a centrally-scheduled classroom located on the first floor of the Performing Arts Center on the Winona campus. It is a 24-seat, lecture-style classroom with node chairs. There are large whiteboards across two walls and a ceiling mounted video projector centered in the front of the room. The room also has a separate sound system that allows the playing of cassette tapes, compact discs, vinyl records and digital music.

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Special Features

Room At A Glance

Capacity = 24

Room Type = Lecture

Seating = Flex

Student Work Surface = Node Chairs

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Boards = Whiteboard

Controls = Crestron QM

Video Conferencing (ITV) = No

Document Camera = Yes

DVD/VCR Player = Yes

Meets WSU classroom standards


Classroom Report Card
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Feature Grade
Environmental Conditions
Light
A
Noise
B

Wireless Network

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