Wired and Wireless Classrooms University of Oregon Libraries

Wired and Wireless Classrooms

The library has several classrooms designated as teaching laboratories, offering a technology-rich learning environment to promote the integration of technology and education.

All of these facilities are available for use by the university community, subject to each classroom's policy and availability.

Knight Library

  • Edmiston Classroom, 144 Knight Library
    17 (includes1 instructor station) Pentium desktop PCs running Windows XP; computer/video projector; overhead projector; traditional classroom layout (3 rows of desks, with center aisle); maximum capacity is 32 people (2/computer). UO Libraries instructional use only.
  • Second Floor Classroom, 267B Knight Library
    21(includes 1 instructor station) Dell SX270 PCs running Windows XP; computer/video projector; traditional classroom layout (5 rows of desks, with center aisle); maximum capacity is 20 people (1/computer).  Credit course instructional use has priority.
  • Proctor 41 Classroom, 41 Knight Library
    20 wireless laptop computers running Windows XP; 4 computer/video projectors; VCR, DVD player, digital document camera, interactive STAR panel; flexible classroom layout (lightweight, portable furniture); capacity is 48 people. Intended for classes engaged in collaborative activities using technology. Distance Education or teleconferencing equipment and support is available in this room. Contact Stacy DeHart, Lynette Boone or Andy Kirkpatrick for more information on these types of classes. (346-0766, 346-1943 or 1966).
  • Proctor 42 Classroom, 42 Knight Library
    10 wireless laptop computers running Windows XP; 2 computer/video projectors; VCR, DVD player, digital document camera, interactive STAR panel; flexible classroom layout (lightweight, portable furniture); capacity is 24 people. Intended for classes engaged collaborative activities using technology. Distance Education or teleconferencing equipment and support is available in this room. Contact Lynette Boone or Andy Kirkpatrick for more information on these types of classes. (346-1943 or 1966).
  • Studio A, lower level, Knight Library Used for originating and receiving teleconferences, telecourses and videoconferences; programs can be sent to, or received from, satellite, Vyvx, Ed-Net 2 compressed video, or Picture-Tel; five large monitors; two remote control cameras; Newtek Video toaster for sophisticated graphics and character generation; VCR; visualizer (an "overhead" for video); ethernet access to the Internet; phone and fax lines; scan convertor (converts computer output to NTSC video); traditional classroom layout (4 rows of tables, with center aisle); maximum capacity is 45 people. Contact Lynette Boone (346-1943) or Andy Kirkpatrick (346-1966) to inquire about or schedule this classroom.

Knight Library also has several study rooms that can be reserved for groups not requiring computers (or who can supply their own); these can accommodate anywhere form 4 to 24 people. Many offer ethernet and/or wireless access to the campus network. The Center for Media and Educational Technologies can provide audio, video, and projection equipment for instruction-related use of the group study rooms upon request. For more information or to reserve one of these rooms, please contact the Library Administration office, (541) 346-3056.

 

Science Library

Note: A cart with 20 laptops is shared between these two classrooms. Additional laptops may be reserved from the circulating collection if necessary. Tandberg videoconferencing equipment is available by request.

  • Room 22. Seats 15-20. Equipment includes projector, screen, document camera, laptop-sized tables, dvd player, whiteboards.
  • Room B90C-D. Seats 25-28. Equipment includes dual projector, screens, document camera, tables, dvd player, whiteboards, chalkboard.