Schedule a Room

Information & Technology Solutions (ITS) manages open computer labs and computer teaching labs in several locations on campus. Conference rooms and video conferencing resources are also available in some locations and may be reserved for incidental use. Open computer labs cannot be reserved for teaching classes – they are available to students for general use during all open hours. Some computer teaching labs managed by ITS are designated for primary use by certain programs such as Cornerstone and the Writing Center and are scheduled through those programs in consultation with the Registrar and with ITS during the summer months. General computer teaching labs in the CTLM are available to reserve for class use. Please review the information below for seating capacities, layouts, and resources available in these rooms.

NOTE: Priority for scheduling computer teaching labs will always be given to classes that require students to use the computers during class. Classes found not to be using the computers may be bumped from a room in favor of a class that needs them or even to provide open lab time.

If you don’t need student computers but do need a room with projection or the use of a portable Smartboard system, please work with the Registrar, ITS, or an academic department to find an acceptable room for your class.

Computer Teaching Labs Available for Scheduling through CCIT

Bldg / Room# Computers#

Chairs
FeaturesSchedule

CTLM 229


28 + 1

P4 3GHz

1 GB

DVD/CD-RW
40

Instructor computer; rear projection Smartboards (2); document camera; laptop connection; room audio (wireless mic & assistive devices available); shared printer for use during classtime only; software-based KVM to control, monitor, redirect computer use and display; telephone.



Windows XP; ADIT domain login required.



"Case Study" traditional classroom layout


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CTLM 231


30 + 1

P4 3GHz

1 GB

DVD/CD-RW
40

Instructor computer; rear projection Smartboards (2); document camera; laptop connection; room audio (wireless mic & assistive devices available); shared printer for use during classtime only; software-based KVM to control, monitor, redirect computer use and display; telephone.



Windows XP; ADIT domain login required.



"Open Plan" layout.


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CTLM-II 15?

25

P4 3.2GHz

1 GB

DVD-RW


40

Basic computer teaching lab; no built-in instructor computer or projection; projectors, laptops, Smartboard cart available to reserve and checkout from Computing Center front desk.



Windows XP; ADIT domain login required.



Traditional classroom layout.


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CTLM-II 15?18

P4 3.2GHz

1 GB

DVD-RW
24

Basic computer teaching lab; no built-in instructor computer or projection; projectors, laptops, Smartboard cart available to reserve and checkout from Computing Center front desk.



Windows XP; ADIT domain login required.



Traditional classroom layout.


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Other Rooms Managed or Supported by ITS:

Bldg / Room# Computers#

Chairs
FeaturesSchedule

CTLM 102


1150

CTLM 150 seat lecture hall; Instructor computer; LCD-based Sympodium Smartboard; document camera; laptop connection; room audio (wireless mic & assistive devices available); 2 ceiling mounted projection systems; electronic student response system available; first 3 rows have power outlets and network connections; wireless network access throughout room; whiteboards throughout room; electronic lighting controls; telephone.



Windows XP; ADIT domain login required.



Instructors using this room for the first time are strongly encouraged to learn how to use the features of this room prior to their first class. Contact the CTLM front desk staff for a tour or training.


This room is scheduled through the Office of the Registrar.



Check with the Registrar for availability and up-to-date information.


CTLM 129


55 + 1

P4 3GHz

1 GB

DVD/CD-RW
60

Instructor computer;1 ceiling-mounted projector. LCD-based Sympodium Smartboard; document camera; laptop connection; KVM control system to control, monitor, redirect computer use and display; room audio (wireless mic & assistive devices available); printer for use during classtime only; telephone.



Windows XP; ADIT domain login required.



"Open Plan" layout.


This room is scheduled through the Office of the Registrar during the academic year and jointly by Cornerstone and Information & Technology Solutions during the summer.

CTLM 123 & 125


7 + 1

12 + 1

P4 3GHz

1 GB

DVD/CD-RW


N/A

These labs are used exclusively by multidisciplinary engineering laboratory courses (MEL II & III). Contact the MEL coordinator in the Engineering Division for information.


This room is scheduled by the MEL coordinator through the Office of the Registrar.

CTLM 223


32 + 1

P4 3GHz

1 GB

DVD/CD-RW
90

Physics Learning Studio used exclusively for Physics 100. Contact the PLS Coordinator in the Physics Department for information.


This room is scheduled by the PLS coordinator through the Office of the Registrar.
Stratton 1052020

LAIS Computerized Writing Classroom. Contact the Writing Center Staff or LAIS Division for information and availability.



"Open Plan" layout.


This room is scheduled through the department of Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences (HASS) during the academic year and jointly by HASS and Information & Technology Solutions during the summer.

If room equipment fails or a problem develops during class:

  • Although we will do our best to correct problems with minimal disruption to your class, you should always have a backup plan!¬† Equipment does fail. We cannot guarantee that appropriate repairs can be made during your class.
    • If you can switch to using a document camera, overhead projector, or whiteboard, do so.
    • If you are in the CTLM, use the in-room telephone to call the front desk (x2411) or contact the front desk staff in person.
    • If you are in a computer teaching lab in the CTLM-II (east wing), contact the Mines Service Center staff (303.384.2345, CTLM 156A).
  • Please be sure to let Mines Service Center staff (in the CTLM 156A) know after class if you experience any equipment problems or have any concerns about the equipment or computer teaching labs.