These unique collaborative spaces are dedicated to scheduling academic courses.
They're not available for other academic events or activities. Mahalo!
These innovative classrooms were designed for technology that utilizes mobile devices.
BYOD requires you to bring a laptop to connect to AV (audio/video) options in all rooms. You may check out a laptop from the Center for Instructional Support in Kuykendall Hall 103.
Sakamaki D-101 accommodates class sizes of approximately 30+ students. There are 14 sliding opaque panels, white boards and walls to be used as writing surfaces. There is also a SMART Board and additional technology available.
Please Note: Photographs and videos of D101, D102, and D103 show a variety of different spacial arrangements and during various semesters, may be modified from what appears in any given photograph or video.
Please click on the room specs button below to see specifics about the room and its technology.
The committee will be assigning rooms in the Sakamaki Innovation Zone according to a configuration of factors. Two kinds of examples would be the number of students registered, and specific innovative practices. For more details, please click on the button below.
“Learning environment affects our achievement of learning. This atmosphere makes us motivated!” -Student
“The most influential aspect of the classroom, I thought, was the positioning of seats in a U shape facing the teacher,
but also allowing the students to see each other. The room was visually interesting and pleasant to be in,
a much better feeling than a cold, stark, dead classroom.” -Student
“The class fully used the space . . . different furniture, different configurations of the class (small groups, 1:1, etc).
The class particularly liked "their own" panel to write class contributions.” -Instructor
“The Smart Board allows for us to connect our own computers and share our movies and editing works in progress easily through Airplay.”
“In D101, we used the 3 rooms to classify students' projects into 3 groups, students
re-arranged furniture according to their needs - more discussion and collaboration was possible.” -Instructor