Difference between revisions of "Performing Arts Center 124"

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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
This article describes the major features and functions of Guildemeister 156 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.
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This article describes the major features and functions of PAC 124 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==
 
==Description==
Gildemeister 156 is a centrally-scheduled classroom located on the first floor of Guilemeister Hall on the Winona campus. It is a 49-seat, pitched-floor, lecture-style classroom with rows of wooden chairs secured to the floor. Each chair has a retractable arm with a small work surface. The room is oriented with the front facing west and a bank of windows on the south wall. There is a large chalkboard across the front wall and a retractable screen in the southwest corner with an associated ceiling-mounted data projector.
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PAC 124 is a centrally scheduled classroom located on the first floor of the Performing Arts Center on the Winona campus. The room consists of 30 node chairs and a video projector facing the front wall. It also has whiteboards lining three of the walls.
 
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*[[How to connect your laptop to a data projector]]
 
*[[How to connect your laptop to a data projector]]
 
==Special Features==
 
==Special Features==
*Although there are 63 seats in the room, fire code limits that capacity of the room to 49 due to the lack of a second exit door.
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{{roominfo|
 
{{roominfo|
capacity=49|
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capacity=30|
 
type=Lecture|
 
type=Lecture|
seating=Fixed|
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seating=Flex|
surface=Small desk|
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surface=Node Chair|
projmodel=Epson 6100i|
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projmodel=Epson D6155W|
 
screen=None|
 
screen=None|
boards=Chalkboard|
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boards=Whiteboard|
 
control=Crestron QM|
 
control=Crestron QM|
 
itv=No|
 
itv=No|
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{{reportcard|
 
{{reportcard|
room=Gildemeister 156|
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room=PAC 124|
 
overall=C|
 
overall=C|
light=C|
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light=A|
noise=D|
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noise=B|
wireless=D|
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wireless=A|
 
phone=C|
 
phone=C|
 
ceiling=C|
 
ceiling=C|
 
walls=C|
 
walls=C|
 
floor=C|
 
floor=C|
furniture_student=C|
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furniture_student=A|
 
furniture_instructor=D|
 
furniture_instructor=D|
boards=D|
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boards=A|
displays=C|
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displays=B|
sound=C|
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sound=B|
 
station=B
 
station=B
 
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Latest revision as of 09:04, 28 November 2012

Overview

This article describes the major features and functions of PAC 124 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 124 is a centrally scheduled classroom located on the first floor of the Performing Arts Center on the Winona campus. The room consists of 30 node chairs and a video projector facing the front wall. It also has whiteboards lining three of the walls.

Learn How To Use the Room

Special Features

Room At A Glance

Capacity = 30

Room Type = Lecture

Seating = Flex

Student Work Surface = Node Chair

Display = {{{display}}}

Audio = {{{audio}}}

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