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Focused Collaboration:
Melville Library N-3033

The most recent renovation in the active learning classroom initiative, the Melville LIbrary N-3033 offers an intimate classroom setting with no distractions. Students will have an opportunity to focus intently on case studies, group projects, or class-wide collaborations. With no true "center" in this classroom, the technology and collaborative equipment are distributed evenly throughout the class. Tablet armrest chairs are specially designed for comfort, quick rearranging, and personal technology devices.

See below for more information, or check 25Live to see specs and availability. Those wishing to schedule the classroom can reach out to our staff at the link below for consultations and training in how to make the best use of an active learning classroom. 

 

Room Capacity

26

Furniture:

Moveable furniture, tablet arm chairs

Equipment

Surround LCDs/Monitors/Whiteboards (all four walls)

Suggested Activities:

Case studies, group work, intimate collaborative classrooms, concept-driven interaction

Classroom Details

General Information  

This smaller active learning classroom is in Melville LIbrary N-3033. Faculty can request their course to be held in the ALC if they are designing their course curriculum for active learning. Courses designed for active learning gear more toward the faculty member facilitating student collaborative work to learn or to reinforce material taught previously. Reservations for the ALC are scheduled through the 25Live scheduling system, just as any other General Purpose Classroom on campus is reserved. 

 

 

Installed Equipment   

Melville N-3033 has seating for 26 students. Every wall is equipped with collaboration-ready LCDs, installed whiteboards, and moveable furniture that makes group work, rearranging, changing focus, and  redirecting student activities a breeze. 

 

 

Training and Support

Faculty facilitating instruction in the Active Learning Classroom are strongly encouraged to attend a training prior to the beginning of the semester they're using the ALC to become familiar with the equipment and space. Faculty are also encouraged to invite any teaching or staff assistants to these orientation training sessions. 

During the semester, faculty can request support or training from the Audio Visual Services Counter in Frey Hall. For more information on teaching in an active learning environment, or for help with designing course materials for active learning, faculty should stop bythe Faculty Commons in the Melville Library (E-1332) or submit a request at the link below!

 

 
 

Policies and Agreement to use the Active Learning Classroom:

Faculty facilitating instruction in the Active Learning Classroom are asked to assist in following best practices for utilizing equipment and to assist in the long-term care of technology equipment provided. 

  • No food or drink (other than sealed water bottles) are permitted at the workstations.

  • For the security of the users personal data, all users should log out of the workstation before the end of the class session.

  • As a courtesy to others, users should remove any garbage, instructional materials, and personal items from the workstation at the end of the class session.

  • Instructors and users should ensure all workstation equipment and furniture is restored to its default configuration at the end of the class session.

  • No user shall remove any equipment from the workstations, for any purpose.

Request Your Own Faculty Development Workshop or Consultation for Active Learning Classrooms

 

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