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Using new technology in upgraded teaching and learning spaces

Together with the Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and Physical Plant Services (PPS), Information Technology Services (IT Services) has completed upgrading classrooms across campus with new technology.

These classrooms include:

  • Walter Light Hall
  • Dupuis Hall
  • Dunning Hall
  • Humphrey Auditorium
  • Kingston 201

Technology upgrades include new feature additions such as laser projectors, lecture capture capabilities, a document camera, a touch-screen podium and podium PC, a Blu-ray player and a height adjustable AODA podium. Many classrooms also received rechargeable wireless microphones so faculty need not worry about searching for fresh batteries at the beginning of class. (Note that not all rooms received all technologies and that your specific room may vary. Please check your specific classroom information page to see what your classroom is equipped with).

An instructional video for connecting to each technology in the classroom is available here.

Faculty teaching in upgraded rooms this fall have been given the opportunity to receive in-person training during August and September.

If you have any questions or concerns contact Steve Alexander at alexands@queensu.ca or Andrea Phillipson at andrea.philipson@queensu.ca