Since 1995, ITS and the Division of Facilities staff have overseen the upgrades to 57 general use classrooms. K-State now has more than 120 technology classrooms.
Types of technology classrooms
There are four types of technology classrooms at K-State: basic, common, expanded, and studio. See the General Use Classrooms list for information about the type and capacity of individual technology classrooms at K-State.
These rooms have a place to plug in a laptop and an LCD projector or other display. Video, Internet and audio connections are provided.
Examples: Burt 114, Thompson 213, and Willard 025
These rooms are equipped with an LCD projector or other display, computer, sound system, DVD player, document camera, and Internet connection.
Examples: Umberger 105 and Bluemont 101
In addition to the common technology, these rooms also have one or more of the follow additional capabilities: video conferencing equipment, video or audio capturing equipment, enhanced interactive technologies.
Examples: Bluemont 122, Justin 109, Leisure 13, and Willard 348
These rooms are computing lab environments equipped with hardware and software that is unique to a discipline or related disciplines.
Examples: McCain 324, Dickens 206, and Ackert 219a and b