Instructional Technologies will begin sending quarterly email updates on the status of our services, learning spaces and ongoing projects. We would also like to explore opportunities to collaborate with groups throughout Health Sciences on projects that improve our spaces, service delivery, and communication. If there is anyone you think would be interested in these emails please share.
Over the Winter Break ( December 21 – December 31st ) HSAS&F Instructional Technologies will be refreshing a number of formal and informal learning spaces.
K069 will have a new AV system installed. This will include a new podium, AV control system, and projector. The room will also be equip with Mediasite lecture capture system making Course Casting available in the space.
T739 will have a new AV system installed, which includes new podium, AV control system, and two projectors. This system is being built with the intention to include Web and IP based video conferencing in a future updates.
T478 is receiving a space refresh and an capacity increase. T478 will grow from 35 to 50 seats. The refresh will include whiteboard installation, carpet replacement, painting, ceiling tiles replacement and the removal of old TV Monitors. In January we plan to upgrade the AV system and room furniture. New AV will allow for more modern computer connections (HDMI ) and display formats. Active learning furniture will facilitate easy classroom reconfiguration.
NOTE: Some components of the AV systems for T478 and T739 installs have been delayed and may require temporary equipment for the first week of the quarter ( 01/04/2015 – 01/08/2015 ). If you have question please call: Nick Butler, Instructional Support Manager at 206-616-3260.
Informal Learning Spaces
E Court Entry has been refreshed with new floor tiling, painting and furniture. This new entry way will give visitors and occupants a place to gather near the E Court Café.
T469 Lounge is being updated with new furniture, painting and artwork. The room will also be equipped with 2 wall mounted monitors to facilitate group meetings.
Instructional Support’s mission is to advance the UW mission by delivering proactive services which cultivate a teaching and learning environment within the Health Sciences Community. Our team is driven by customer needs, informed through feedback, and dedicated to fostering innovation. We welcome your feedback, it is an essential part of making service and space update decisions.