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Wardlaw 029 21 6

Room 029 is used by College of Education and the College of Math and Science instructors for science education classes and related instruction. It contains science equipment and other materials. The room is equipped with overhead projector, data-ready TV/VCR/DVD, chalkboard, and pull-down screen. It does not have a presentation station.

This room can be reserved for College of Education activities when science and math activities are not scheduled. To reserve this room, contact the Support Center.

 
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Wardlaw 125A 20 14

This conference room is adjacent to the Museum of Education's Exhibition Area. Instructional aids include a wall screen; there is no internet connection. Room 125A is the sole entry for Room 125C (Craig Kridel's office); there may be some inconspicuous entering and departing from 125C. To reserve this room, contact the Support Center.

 
Wardlaw 214 20 10

This conference/seminar room located on second floor of Wardlaw features 2 tables, chairs, monitor/VCR/DVD, overhead, screen, erasable board, two-way mirror and audio. It also serves as a resource library for the Language and Literacy program. Suitable for committee meetings of at most 20 people, but only 10 will fit comfortably around the table.

This room may be scheduled for classes or seminars with enrollments that do not exceed 15. Scheduling priority is given to Language and Literacy faculty. No food or drink allowed. To reserve this room, contact Gwen Lorinovich.

 
Wardlaw 110 38  

This classroom is located on the first floor of Wardlaw and features movable tables and chairs, erasable board, screen, overhead, monitor, VCR and curriculum resources for ITE faculty and students. Suitable for classes with enrollments that do not exceed 32. Priority is given to ITE faculty for classes. No food or drink is allowed. To reserve this room, contact Gwen Lorinovich.

 
Wardlaw 274D 30, see text  

The Discovery Room is designed as a computer training classroom for students or other participants to work on computers during class. There are 24 computer workstations and 6 additional seats.

The computers have basic productivity and web browsing programs installed. The presentation station and some student stations contain software programs, such as statistical and math software, that is used in specific classes each semester. The room is equipped with an LCD projector and screen, overhead projector, data-ready TV/VCR, Laserdisc/Audio CD player, and a whiteboard. To reserve this room, contact the Support Center.

 
Wardlaw 274M 12-22, see text  

The Matrix Room was designed for the Educational Technology Program, a collaborative effort between USC Columbia and Aiken campuses. It has 12 computer stations, 10 additional seats, and a two-way video conferencing and audio conferencing capability unique to this room.

In addition to basic productivity and web browsing programs, the computer stations have software for multimedia development installed. The room is equipped with video conferencing equipment, audio conferencing equipment, LCD projector and screen, document camera, TV/VCR/DVD, and a whiteboard. To reserve this room, contact the Support Center.

 
Wardlaw 274O 24 10

The Odyssey Room resembles a traditional classroom with rows of student desks and several tables with power strips for laptops. The technology options available to the instructor are more than in most traditional classrooms, though. The room is equipped with LCD projector and screen, overhead projector, data-ready TV/VCR, Laserdisc/Audio CD player, and whiteboards. The presentation computer in this technology classroom is ideal for students' electronic presentations, demonstrations of online resources, and guest speakers who use technology. To reserve this room, contact the Support Center.

 
Wardlaw 030 32 6

The SCANA Classroom, which is located in the basement of the Wardlaw Building, is designed to be used by College of Education and the College of Math and Science instructors for math and science education classes and related instructional activities. This room contains a presentation station and a variety of specialized equipment. The room is equipped with LCD projector and retractable screen, document camera, Smart Symposium interactive pen display for electronic notes, VCR and DVD-V player, whiteboard, and other specialized science and math equipment. The room can be reserved for instructional activities by faculty in the College of Education when science and math activities are not scheduled. To reserve this room, contact the Support Center.

 
Wardlaw 268 10  

This room is used primarily for clinically-oriented counseling courses. The room is arranged in seminar fashion. The room is equipped with a video camera, TV and VHS recorder, and blackboard. There is telephone communication between Room 271 and Room 268. Room 271 is set up to view live video of Room 268. To reserve this room, contact June Cattell.

 
Wardlaw 271  15  

This room is used primarily for clinically-oriented counseling courses. The room is arranged in seminar fashion. The room is equipped with 2 video monitors and 2 VHS recorders and whiteboard. There is telephone communication between Room 271 and Room 268. Room 271 is set up to view live video of Room 268. To reserve this room, contact June Cattell.

 
Wardlaw 273 (Back) 15  

Located at the back of the 2nd floor canteen, the Dean's Conference Room is available for brief meetings. Priority is for meetings scheduled by the dean's office. This room has a whiteboard and flip chart for use in presentations and a speakerphone for conference calling. However, the telephone does not have long-distance capability, so calls must originate from the department or office conducting conference call. This room is not reserved for classes and no food or drink is allowed. To reserve this room, contact Regina Griffin.

 
Wardlaw 272 10  

This room is used for meetings and small classes. It includes a television/VCR system and chalkboard for presentations. There is no priority for scheduling this room, as it is on a first-come, first-served basis. To reserve this room, contact the Support Center.

 
CDRC 219 35  

This studio classroom has a desktop computer and a projector. These pieces of technology work, but they are a little older than most of the other tech at the college. To reserve this room, contact the Support Center.

 
CDRC 227 40  

This room is set up as a Smart classroom, but the distance education tools are currently in need of servicing. The CDRC has a laptop available for loan to use in the classroom; you will need to mention that you will need the laptop set up when you contact the Support Center to reserve this room.