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360 View

Classroom Specifications


Classroom type: Flex Classroom with video conferencing
Seats: 270
Assisted listening: Assisted listening devices are available for check out from AOI


(9) Video projectors (for displaying 3 different sources of classroom content and/or video conferencing remote participants)
(1) Annotation/touch monitor (for interacting with classroom computer content)
(4) Instructor/student camera (technician operated for video conferencing)
(4) Wireless microphones (for instructor and student)
(1) AA battery charger (for wireless microphone batteries)
(1) Document camera
(1) Classroom computer
(1) Touch panel (for classroom control)
(1) Wireless presenter (for advancing slides)

Connection Panel

(1) HDMI (for laptop, etc)
(1) VGA and 1/8” stereo audio (for laptop, etc)
(3) USB 3.0 (connected to classroom computer)
(1) Microphone input (XLR)



Microsoft Excel
Microsoft PowerPoint
Microsoft Word
Internet Explorer
Google Chrome
Adobe PDF Viewer
VLC Media Player
Mersive Solstice
Epic Pen
Remote Desktop Client


DVD player
(3) USB 3.0

Panopto Settings

Lecture capture software: Panopto
Will record:
Instructor microphone: Yes
Instructor video camera: No
Classroom computer desktop: Yes
Document camera: Yes
Laptop (HDMI and VGA/3.5mm): Yes

Zoom Settings

Zoom instructions (pdf)
Please note that these instructions are for hosting a Zoom meeting from a classroom computer, and are not for regularly-scheduled VC classes.

Teaching in G45

Transcript (pdf)

Hear Denise Yost, Kara Whitman, and Carol Kawula discuss how they are effectively using the 360-degree space and equipment to teach in the round.

Transcript (pdf)

This video features one of the many faculty-led workshops that train classroom users how to make the most of the technology available in the state-of the-art building. This event highlighted the unique Active Learning Hall (Spark G45) “teaching in the round” classroom. Acclaimed guest educator and theatre artist David Harlan taught how this environment differs from a traditional classroom. He shared methods and strategies for engaging the entire classroom.

For a list of upcoming faculty-led workshops, visit Learning Innovations Trainings and Workshops.