In-the-Round classrooms are a new kind of lecture forum with a central podium surrounded by curved rows arranged in concentric circles. This type of seating allows faculty and students to see each other more clearly, and feels surprisingly intimate, even in larger settings. In-the-Round auditorium-style armchairs with tablets are more comfortable than standard lecture halls, and support whole-class and partner-based discussions while round rooms with tables and chairs allow for turn and talk group discussions or project work. In-the-Round classrooms feature the next wave of audiovisual displays and offer more opportunities for exploring newer immersive technologies to enhance student engagement and participation.

Seats 150-600