Classroom Projection Facilities
Classrooms with Projectors
Reed has many general-purpose classrooms outfitted for computer projection. Each room is equipped with an Intel Mac computer connected to the campus network and the Internet, and a permanently mounted projector. Some of the rooms also have AV equipment, such as a VCR and sound system.
|Art 104||30||drawing studio|
|Eliot 416||30||conference||Eliot 416 also has a piano.|
|ETC 211||15||conference||Computers are located around the perimeter of the room.|
|Vollum Lecture Hall||400||auditorium|
Regular usage of these rooms may be scheduled for your classes through the Registrar's Office. One-time usage may be scheduled through Conference and Events Planning. (If there is a room that you would like to nominate for projection facilities in the future, please notify the Registrar.)
The equipment is jointly maintained by AV Services and Computer User Services. For assistance with these facilities, contact any of the following:
|AudioVisual Services||Monday - Friday, 9 - 5||7711|
|Computer User Services||Monday - Friday 8:30 - noon, 1 - 5||7525|
You may also reserve portable computer projection systems available from Audio Visual Services. To ensure equpment is available when you need it, plan ahead! Contact AV services as soon as you know the time and location of your class or event. The deadline to reserve equipment is noon the day before your class (noon Friday for Saturday-Monday). For complicated set-ups, or if you need an AV technician present, please reserve at least a week in advance.
There are other computer facilities that may be reserved in unusual circumstances. For more information, please talk to the designated contact person.
|IRC 3||17||Tony Palomino|
The IRCs are normally used by students 24 hours a day. In desperate circumstances, IRC 3 may be reserved for an event that cannot be accommodated elsewhere.
|Library Training Room||17||Dena Hutto|
The Library Computer Classroom may be reserved for class use in connection with library instruction presentations, but not for ongoing courses.