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A Collaborative Blueprint for Classroom Design. Barbara Brandt, ITD Carole Meyers, Emory College Emory University.

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A collaborative blueprint for classroom design

A Collaborative Blueprint for Classroom Design

Barbara Brandt, ITD

Carole Meyers, Emory College

Emory University

Copyright Barbara Brandt and Carole Meyers 2003. This work is the intellectual property of the author. Permission is granted for this material to be shared for non-commercial, educational purposes, provided that this copyright statement appears on the reproduced materials and notice

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The ideal classroom
The Ideal Classroom

?

(discussion)


The ideal classroom1
The Ideal Classroom

  • Comfortable for students and faculty

  • A bounty of user-friendly AV options

  • Dependable network connections

  • Good lighting

  • Acoustically sound

  • Loads of “boarding” surfaces

  • Flexible

  • Close to my office


Emory at a glance
Emory at a Glance

  • 15 minutes from downtown Atlanta

  • Nine major academic divisionsEmory College, graduate school of arts and sciences; professional schools of medicine, theology, law, nursing, public health, and business; and Oxford College, a two-year undergraduate division

  • Emory College:

    • 1,300 students

    • 10:1 student:faculty ratio


Emory college classrooms
Emory College Classrooms

  • 192 Emory College classrooms

    • 107 Shared (registrar scheduled)

    • 85 Departmental

  • Classroom Technologies support team

    • 6 support staff and 1 Intern


Classroom blueprints
Classroom Blueprints

1. Standard Lecture

2. Seminar

3. Collaborative


Common classroom features
Common Classroom Features

  • User interfacesCommon touch panel “look & feel.” Emory designed and tested with end users

  • AV components(VCR, DVD, document camera, Emory cable TV, computer, laptop hookup, auxiliary connections)

  • Standardized projectors

  • Whiteboards

  • Projection screens

  • Lighting


Unique classroom features
Unique Classroom Features

  • Instructor furniture (lectern, desk, credenza)

  • Furniture type and arrangement

    • Fixed, tiered seating

    • Tablet arm chairs

    • Seminar table and chairs

  • Computer type and software requirements

  • Special AV Equipment

  • Room security


Standard lecture classroom
Standard Lecture Classroom

  • Loose or tiered seating for up to 280 students

  • General use shared resource open 24 hours - added equipment security features

  • Different projectors –same manufacturers(to leverage buying power and ease maintenance)

  • Desk or lectern

New Construction

Renovated


Seminar classroom
Seminar Classroom

  • Smaller room - 18 to 24 seats around a table to facilitate face-to-face discussion

  • Low profile credenza to complement seated teaching style

  • Shared and departmental

New Construction

Renovated


Collaborative classroom
Collaborative Classroom

  • Interactive touch display connects instructor with presentation

  • Works well for student presentation and group work

  • Flexible seating for 18 to 24 - designed for teaming or traditional “lecture”

  • Departmental

New Construction

Renovated


Blueprint benefits
Blueprint Benefits

  • Successful design of standardized, user-friendly classroom systems

  • Smart investments on AV equipment that works

  • Supportable/maintainable classrooms

  • Manageable design, integration, and installation (Happy project managers)


Blueprint origins
Blueprint Origins

  • Emory College Classroom Initiative

  • Past 5 years -- 90 new, renovated classrooms

  • Began with separate projects

  • Evolved into a team approach

    • College (Director of Academic Technologies)

    • ITD (Manager, Classroom Technologies)

    • Facilities (Associate Director, College Facilities)


The extended team
The Extended Team

  • Deans, faculty

  • FMD project managers and interior design professionals

  • Purchasing

  • Network Communications

  • AV design-build firms


Itd s technology centers
ITD’s Technology Centers

  • The Centers

    • Emory Center for Interactive Teaching (ECIT)

    • Cox Computing Center

    • Emory College Language Center

  • Faculty training programs


Incubator classrooms
Incubator Classrooms

  • Located in Technology Centers

  • Place to test new technologies

  • Playful furniture arrangements

  • Dedicated support staff trained in teaching with technology


Incubator classrooms1
Incubator Classrooms

  • Faculty transition from incubator spaces to regular classrooms

  • Promotes continual re-engineering of our regular classroom blueprints


Next steps
Next Steps

  • Predicting technology trends

    • Videoconferencing

    • Whiteboards

  • Move of presentation technology into departmental spaces, residence halls


Next steps1
Next Steps

  • Published classroom standards

  • E-Control

  • Long term maintenance and equipment replacement budgets

  • Partnerships with vendors

  • Faculty training


Contact information
Contact Information

Barbara BrandtManager, Classroom TechnologiesInformation Technology Division

[email protected]

Carole Meyers, PhDDirector, Academic ComputingEmory College

[email protected]


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