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Hands-On Computer Classrooms

ITS offers hands-on computer classrooms featuring both the Macintosh and Windows platform.

The Macintosh-based specialty classrooms are the ITS Video Classroom (accommodates 10 students) and the ITS Multimedia Classroom (accommodates 25 students). The specialty hands-on classrooms are located within the ITS computer labs. Each classroom has an advanced instructor station that includes an interactive multimedia projection system. ITS will provide faculty and student training in the use of classroom facilities upon request. Classroom software is managed by ITS in a manner consistent with copyright and licensing practices. Please use the Computer Classroom Reservation Form to reserve a specialty hands-on classroom. Be sure to include course information, software and hardware requirements, etc. Our ability to accommodate your request is based upon classroom availability and intended use.

The Windows-based general-purpose hands-on classrooms include the hands-on classroom at 194 Mercer Street, room 304 (accommodates 30 students) and the classroom at Tisch Hall, LC19 (accommodates 36 students). These rooms are scheduled by Room Scheduling and Assignments at 1-212-998-4220.

Specialty and general-purpose hands-on classrooms can be reserved for an entire semester or for occasional class meetings that require in-class computer use by students.

General Lecture & Presentation Classrooms

ITS collaborates with NYU Classroom Media Services, a department that offers an inventory of audio and video systems, projection equipment, and other portable media equipment for classroom support as well as demonstrations and training in the proper use of the equipment.

  • To reserve a general-purpose University classroom, contact Room Scheduling and Assignments at 1-212-998-4220.
  • Visit the Classroom Media Services website for detailed information about the types of in-room media equipment and training available.

Page last reviewed: October 9, 2012