University of Oregon

Knight Library 41



Building Map: 
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Installed Equipment: 
Blu-Ray/DVD Player (multi-region)
Crestron Touch Panel
Document Camera
Flat Screen Display
HDMI input
VGA input
Microphone Handheld (wireless/wired)
Microphone Lapel
Multi-Display
Projector(s)
Sound Reinforcement (AV)
Video Production Control Room
Occupants: 
48
Projector Model: 
(1) Panasonic PT-RW330U; (2) Panasonic PT-RW330U; (3) Panasonic PT-RW330Uand (2) Panasonic TH-50PF30U Flatscreens
Projector Native Display Resolution: 
Projectors 1280 x 800; Advanced Multi-Display system. CMET recommends a tutorial for operating procedures and capabilities. Contact CMET at 346-3091 for more information.
Projector Focal Distance: 
(1) 18' (2) 13' (3) 20'
Screen: 
(1) 10' Motorized (2) 10' Motorized (3) 10' Motorized
Flat Screen Display Model: 
(2) Panasonic TH-50PF30U
Flat Screen Native Display Resolution: 
1920 x 1080
Adjustable Lights: 
Yes
Podium/Lectern: 
Yes
Voice/Data Jacks: 
Yes
Internet Connectivity: 
Yes
Outlets: 
Wall Outlet
Room Config: 
Movable tables and chairs
Room Dimensions: 
45.92'x34.83', 1599 sq. ft
Boards: 
White Board
Building Wheelchair Access: 
Yes
Wheelchair Desk: 
Yes
Floor: 
Flat
Notes: 

Welcome to the UO Steelcase LearnLab in the Knight Library Proctor Rooms. 

The UO Libraries thanks Peter P. Proctor, III and George S. Proctor for their generous support of the UO Libraries Proctor Classrooms.  Special thanks also to Steelcase, Inc. for their support of this UO Steelcase LearnLab.

This room is optimized for active teaching and learning. Students sit in groups of six, gathered around the instructor who can facilitate the class from one of two central locations in the room. Instructors can project the same or multiple sources to the four screens around the room. Input panels at each of the four projection screens allow groups to project separately as well. 20 laptops. Digital document camera. DVD.

Screen and light controls are located on the wall behind the podium.

Laptops

Laptops are run from battery power when in use, and must be recharged after each class session. To accommodate this, we will not schedule groups using the laptops back to back. Instructors are encouraged to practice power management by having students close the laptop lids when not in use; this puts the laptops into sleep mode, and prolongs the life of the battery. Laptops can be awakened by hitting the power button once.

Software

The Libraries install a standard suite of software on these laptops, intended to serve the needs of most groups using the classrooms, prior to the start of each academic term. Requests to install software not on this list must be received at least four (4) weeks prior to the start of the academic term, and the installation files, with verification of licensing, must be delivered to Library Systems, Knight Library, no later than two (2) weeks prior to the start of the term (i.e., before the first day of finals week of the current term). Unfortunately, the Libraries do not have a budget for purchasing software; obtaining software licenses for these classrooms for any software not on the standard list, unless it is freeware, is the responsibility of the requesting department.

Scheduling:

Upon the dissolution of the Center for Media and Educational Technology (CMET) and the transfer of CMET staff to Information Services and UO Online in the summer of 2019, the Registrar took control of scheduling the Proctor classrooms. Visit the Registrar’s website for more information about scheduling this classroom space for your class.

 

The UO Libraries thanks Peter P. Proctor, III and George S. Proctor for their generous support of the UO Libraries Proctor Classrooms.  Special thanks also to Steelcase, Inc. for their support of this UO Steelcase LearnLab.

 

Last updated Oct 4, 2019