Opened in the Fall of 2014, Huff Hall 209 was one of the first general assignment iFLEX classrooms on campus. The room seats 42 students arranged in seven collaboration stations, or pods, that support six students each. Every pod has their own whiteboard and monitor for independent group work. The monitors allow for whole class presentation and individual group sharing. The room has a front-of-room orientation with whiteboards and a document camera, but the furniture can be rearranged for a variety of learning activities. Twelve additional chairs are stored in an adjacent closet and can accommodate a larger group when the tables and chairs are arranged in rows rather than groups.

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Equipment Available:
  • 7 collaboration stations with whiteboards and dedicated monitors
  • PC Computer in the instructor station
  • Document Camera
  • Blu-Ray DVD Player
  • Wireless Microphone
  • VGA Input
  • HDMI Input
  • USB Port
  • Control Panel
  • Assistive Listening
  • i>clicker Base Station

Faculty, staff, and students using this classroom are encouraged to request technology training offered by Technology Services complete this online form.