Sherrod Library Room 309 is a flexible, technology-enabled space intended to provide a venue for ETSU faculty-led activities with an academic focus such as library instruction, collaborative learning, and presentation (e.g., capstone projects, invited lectures).
ETSU wireless network connections from personal computers and mobile devices to any of the room displays.
Two-way audio and videoconferencing.
Lecture capture (Tegrity).
Two 90-inch monitors at the front and six 42-inch monitors around the perimeter. Perimeter monitors can be used independently for group work and group participants can present to the class by connecting to the front monitors.
Apple users may connect to the room monitors using AirPlay. Android and Windows users must install the Christie Brio Screen Projector app to connect to the room monitors.
Touch-screen panels at the presenter's lectern control all displays, audio, and camera.
Lectern includes laptop connection, Blu-Ray DVD player, Elmo Visual Presenter, SMART Sympodium, portable and fixed microphones, and Logitech Wireless Presenter.
Flexibility with movable tables, chairs, whiteboards, and partition panels.