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Responsibilities

Faculty assigned to their space are responsible for the room during their class time. This includes doors, windows, walls, writing surfaces, and leaving the room secure and in good condition at the end of each class. A full set of guidelines will be provided for you.

  • Doors and windows must be closed and locked when you leave the room. Please remember: The A/C turns off when a window is unlatched and will not turn back on until all windows and latches are secured.
  • No eating or drinking in the Zone!
    You may encourage your students to eat and drink in the courtyard.
  • Rubbish cans are located outside the rooms so that no trash remains in the classroom.
  • Verify all students are out of the room before securing the doors. Do NOT allow waiting students to enter the room before their professor arrives.
  • Key cards are to be checked out each semester at the Center for Instructional Support (CIS) in Kuykendall Hall room 103. Do not loan out key cards. System tracks entry dates & times for each card.

Please leave the room clean for your colleagues.

About the Room

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.

Sakamaki D-102 accommodates class sizes from 15-18 students.

Photographs 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

Please click on the button below to see specifics about the room and its technology.

D-102 ROOM SPECIFICS

Submit Proposal

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.

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Please note: These spaces are designed for classroom use and are not available for other academic events such as conferences, meetings or workshops.



Testimonials

  • When I was in D102, I loved being able to write on the wall. At the end of class, it really reflected the trajectory of the lecture/discussion.

    Instructor, 2014
  • The best exercises were ones where I asked the students to write/draw on the board their analysis of the text we read. They were surprisingly creative--the space freed them up to do mind maps, stick drawings, diagrams (and we had one artist who really got into illustrations!). We could then move around the room focusing on one student's thoughts and letting them explain what they had put on the board.

    Instructor, 2014
  • This room was a game changer for this class. Energy went from stale and restricted (and crowded) cause of our old room, to collaborative, lively and energetic in this new room.

    Student, 2014
  • Usage of the many panes for brainstorming were excellent! Clever outlet positioning made charging accessible and not an obstruction. Chairs and tables were great as well.

    Student, 2014
  • Whiteboards are less wasteful than paper; everyone can see your thoughts/pictures, makes discussion easier.

    Student, 2014
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SIZ Student Comments 2014-16

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