The IMC maintains many types of rooms for classes, meetings, and collaboration.
The PC Lab (Room 410) has 17 student stations and one teacher station with Dell computers, a projector, whiteboard, and its own printer. It is equipped with the software Sonia, which is SED uses to track practicum hours.
The Mac Lab (Room 411) has 16 student stations with iMacs, a teacher station with an iMac and a Sympodium, a projector, and a whiteboard.
The Gaylen Kelley Distance Education Laboratory (Room 418) is designed to accommodate small-scale conferencing and distance education. It is equipped with an LCD display screen, a large wooden podium, a whiteboard, and power outlets and Ethernet ports built into the table. Comfortably seats 12 at the table, but room is ringed with chairs for observers.
Gaylen Kelley 418 Set Up Guide
Room 423 is a flexible space featuring two rolling LED TV carts, up to 60 wheeled chairs, six rolling tables, projection capabilities, a phone, and a sink/ counter for food or materials.
Room 423 Set Up Guide
Room 435 is classroom with moveable tables that can accommodate up to 20 people. It is equipped with an iMac, SMART Board, document camera, and Short Throw LCD projector. This room is also equipped with Apple AirPlay, enabling Apple devices, including iPads and iPhones, to connect wirelessly to the display.
Room 435 AirPlay Set Up
The ASL Lab has four iMacs with LED lamps. This space is used on a first-come, first-served basis by students to make homework and exam videos for their American Sign Language classes.
To reserve a room, visit the SED Room Reservations site.