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Hands-On Classroom

Hands-on computing classsrooms provide an experiential  environment to complement your course curriculum.

Hands-on Classrooms

In hands-on classrooms, software is the same as on Cybrary workstations in public computing sites. The printer is only accessible from the computers in the classroom.

Want an Introduction to Hands-on Classrooms?

Contact the classroom staff and ask for an orientation to a hands-on classroom.

Baldy 206 has a capacity of 24 students seated in rows, each with a computer on the desk.
Baldy Hall 206

Baldy 206 has the capacity for 24 students seated in rows. The instructor's workstation projects on a screen at the front of the room.

Capen Library 201 A has a capacity of 47 students seated in groups appropriate for collaboration. The instructor's workstation projects to 2 screens along the long wall of the classroom. The printers in this room only print from the computers in the classroom.
Capen Library 201 A

This classroom has a capacity of 47 students seated in groups arranged for collaboration. The instructor's workstation projects on 2 screens.

This classroom has a capacity for 25 students seated in rows each with a computer on the desk. The instructor's workstation projects on a screen a the front of the room.
Park Hall 143

This classroom has a capacity for 25 students seated in rows each with a computer on the desk. The instructor's workstation projects on a screen a the front of the room.

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