Nearly all classrooms within the College of Education are equipped with computer and media equipment to enhance instruction. The College has a unique situation whereas the media-equipped classrooms are maintained by either the Office of the Chief Information Officer or CITES Classroom Technologies.
Rooms maintained by the Office of the Chief Information Officer
User Services provides the training and security codes for the technology in the rooms listed below. These rooms have ceiling-mounted projection (with the exception of Room 166) and a sound system coordinated with a padlock-protected equipment cabinet. These rooms contain resident computers and laptop computer interfaces with AC power and Internet access. Additionally, some of the rooms below also have microphones and document cameras.
If you will be teaching in one of these rooms, you may receive training from the User Services staff on how to access and use the equipment. The security codes for each of these rooms changes on a semester-by-semester basis. The codes for these rooms may be obtained from the User Services office.
Room 15/17 Education
Room 22 Education
Room 42A Education
Room 176 Education
Room 192 Education
Rooms maintained by CITES Classroom Technologies
CITES Classroom Technologies provides the training and security codes for the technology in the rooms listed below. For more information on how to utilize the technology in these rooms, please visit http://www.cites.uiuc.edu/classtech/ or contact Carolyn Long at 333-8165 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Please note that Rooms 323, 385, and 389 Education do not have a computer that is resident to that room. User Services will continue to provide laptop computers that can be integrated into the presentation in those rooms.
For rooms that have no technology, CIO has projectors, laptop computers, and televisions available for instruction.
Please visit CIO User Services for more information on available resources. Their phone number is 217-244-6053.
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