Classrooms and Labs

What is it?

More than 95 percent of University classrooms have installed presentation technology. Specific features vary by classroom, but the standard features may include:

  • Digital projector or flat panel display
  • Resident computer
  • Document camera
  • DVD player
  • Laptop connections
  • Control system (touch or button panel)

Some classrooms offer additional features:

  • Software (Tegrity) and cameras installed in some classrooms allow faculty members to create a video of classroom activity, including presentations and other materials displayed on the classroom computer. Faculty members can publish the videos for access by their students.
  • Interactive displays (Sharp digital annotation flat panels) allow digital annotation of computer content that can be saved to a file and shared with students.
  • Wireless presentation/projection is available via Apple TV and/or Mersive Solstice Pods. 
    • Apple TV allows Apple devices (MacOS devices, iPhones, and iPads) to project wirelessly using the AirPlay feature. While easy to use, Apple TV does have some limitations: it is only compatible with Apple devices and does not allow for multiple users to connect at the same time.
      • Spaces with Apple TV include Leyburn M47, Chavis Boardroom ,Wilson 2019, Jefferson 102, Jefferson 201, Reid 215, CGL 104, CGL 114, CGL 115, CGL 214, CGL 212, CGL 203, CGL 123, CGL 246, CGL 126, CGL 134, CGL Atrium, CGL 222, CGL 201, CGL 112, CGL 209, and CGL 113. [updated August 2018]  
    • Solstice supports Apple products, Windows computers and tablets, and Android devices. Additionally, multiple users are able to connect and share at the same time.
      • Spaces with a Solstice Pod include: Davis 206, Huntley Deans 201, Reid 111, Reid 211, Tucker 24, Tucker 114,Tucker 115, Tucker 215, Tucker 309, Science G22, Facilities 136, Facilities 109, Leyburn 201, Parmly 306, Huntley 220,Huntley 301, Early Fielding 109, and Early Fielding 114. [updated August 2018]

Computer Labs

ITS manages public computer labs across campus. In addition, some departments maintain specialized computer labs for their students.

Macs and PCs for student/faculty use are available in the Innovation Lab and the Video Editing Suite in Leyburn Library (on the Main Level). Several computers have attached scanners. All PCs have Adobe CS, statistical software, Microsoft Office, etc. and dual monitors. The Macs have iMovie, Adobe CS, Microsoft Office, etc.

Leyburn Library 101 (on Lower Level 1) contains 14 Mac machines with dual monitors. Leyburn Library 301 (on Lower Level 3) has 13 PCs: 12 student and 1 instructor workstation.

IQ Center

The IQ Center in the Science Center contains a computer visualization lab, a stereo 3D lab, and a mechanical/physical lab, in addition to advanced scientific equipment. Classroom spaces and instrumentation suites in the IQ Center may be reserved using either 25Live or the SharePoint calendar system.

Who can use it?

Faculty, staff, and students.

How do I get it?

  • For technical support in a classroom, press the “help” button on the classroom control touch panel. A member of the Classroom Technologies staff will respond to the request for help. You can also contact the ITS Information Desk in Leyburn Library (x4357 or with questions or to request training.
  • Request spaces in 25Live at Please send your questions to