Art History Classrooms
210 and 201 Talbot Hall
In 210 Talbot Hall, one 66â€³ diagonal Interactive Whiteboard, equipped with a LCD projector, is used to display information from a single computer. Instructors and students use the latest educational software for multimedia presentations including PowerPoint and Keynote. The technology also makes it possible to access information from the Internet. The board lets the presenter use touch control to manipulate the projected computer application.
A state-of-the-art audio system with two stereo speakers enhances the sound quality of all educational resources, including cassette tapes, CDs, videos and DVDs.
Talbot 201 is primarily used for art appreciation classes and is equipped with
- two 66â€³ diagonal Interactive Whiteboards, with built in LCD projectors, used to display multimedia presentations from a single computer and
- a state-of-the-art audio system with four stereo speakers, making it easier for students to see and hear multimedia from all locations in the room.