Description of Classroom Standards

Need Help in a Classroom? — Call 505-277-5757 (Opt. 2)

The following is a brief description of the three classroom standards that support lecture capture and remote live participation in on-campus classroom activities:

Standard Classroom  A simple, no-frills solution for lecture capture and limited remote participation for typical instructor led classes in regular classrooms with some ability to facilitate group discussion involving both remote and on-site participants.

Large Lecture Hall Designed for lecture capture and limited remote participant for large enrollment lecture-driven classes. Lecture Halls are designed for lectures rather than discussions with stadium seating and voice amplification to assist those in the room hear the lecture. The room enhancements allow remote participants to hear and see the lecturer and ask questions. Questions from the audience should be repeated by the lecturer to ensure they are heard by all members of both the on-prem and remote participants. 

  • What technology was added to the room?
    • One PTZ camera pointed toward the instructor and controlled through an application on the Lectern PC.
    • A wireless lavalier microphone checked out to faculty (instructions for check out available in the room).
  • How do I use the technology?
  • Which Classrooms?
    • Main campus classrooms that have fixed stadium-style seating or a capacity of more than 100 students.
    • Anthropology (ANTHO Bldg# 11): 163
    • Casteter Hall (CAST Bldg# 21): 100
    • Clark Hall (CLARK Bldg# 22): 101
    • Centennial Hall (CENT Bldg# 112): 1041
    • Dane Smith Hall (DSH Bldg# 48): 120, 123, 125
    • Education (EDUC Bldg# 67): 103, 104
    • Kiva Hall (KIVA Bldg# 69): 104
    • Mitchell Hall (MITCH Bldg# 23): 101, 102, 122
    • Northrop Hall (NTHP Bldg 24): 122
    • George Pearl Hall (PEARL Bldg# 195): 101
    • Regener Hall (REGH Bldg# 35): 103
    • Science and Math Learning Center (SMLC Bldg# 14): 102

HyFlex Designed to create the best possible real-time interaction between remote and in-room participants.

  • What technology was added to the room?
    • Multiple Cameras with intuitive controls to make it simple for faculty to choose and change pre-set scenes to share or record.
    • Multiple displays to make remote participants visible to both the instructor and other students in the room.
    • A high quality (4K) document camera to optimize creation, display, and capture of free-hand notes.
    • Enhanced audio capture through the use of multiple ceiling microphones, table and wall microphones to capture and share high quality audio of both instructor and classroom discussion.
  • How do I use the technology?
  • Which Classrooms?
    • Dane Smith Hall (DSH, Bldg# 48): 132,134
    • Mitchell Hall (MH, Bldg# 23): 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 115, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121