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The Teaching and Learning Technology Studio

This webinar is intended for faculty interested in applying to teach in the new Teaching and Learning Technology (TLT) Studio. The TLT Studio is on the lower level Wallace Library (05-A400).

The room's high-tech tools include:

Flexible room furniture:26 chairs and 14 tables, all rolling and stacking, allowing for a virtually unlimited number of customizable configurations.

Touch-panel control system: All of the room's equipment is run by a touch-panel control system, operated at the podium and remotely.

Multi-image projection: The TLT Studio uses three digital projectors with high-resolution optics, offering more than three times the resolution of a typical classroom projector.

Multi-camera capture: Three broadcast-quality, robotic, SDI cameras that feed into the Educational Technology Center production suite for live, high-end production recording.


Tablet PCs and collaboration software: The room is equipped with 26 Hewlett Packard 2710 tablet PC laptop computers, running DyKnow collaboration software


Telephone audio conferencing: The TLT studio is outfitted with an array of speakers and microphones - all controlled by the touch-panel control system - for conducting audio conferences.

Learn more about this unique classroom, and how to apply to use it, in this webinar presented by Online Learning staff member Michael Starenko.

Upcoming Offerings

Sorry, no offerings of this webinar are currently scheduled.

Previous offerings

Date Event Contact Recording
Friday, April 3, 2009 Michael Starenko No recording available