Collaborative Computing Laboratories
Instructional computing labs were created in EE206 as a replacement for the Linux computing labs in EE306 and will became online in the fall of 2011. In addition, EE208 and EE209 was remodeled and is equipped to serve as help rooms for selected courses.
Two overarching goals of the new laboratories are:
- To facilitate both traditional and non-traditional laboratory instruction styles for individual and team based work.
- To provide an attractive and comfortable environment that students will want to use for both individual and collaborative work at any time of the day or week.
This facility included two Linux computing laboratories. One lab supports collaboration and interactive presentations. Features of this laboratory include a dual data projection system, extensive whiteboard space, hexagonal tables and workstation clusters, extra outlets at each station for laptop use, and additional casual non-computer seating. The other lab is a more traditional classroom style to support group instruction and individual laboratory work. Features of this lab include workstations which allow one to lower monitors when not needed to free up table space, outlets for laptops, a data projection system, extra white board space for student use, and a small amount of non-workstation seating.
The images and plans below can also be seen in the display cases next to EE129.