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iDesign-Classroom Group

iDesign Classroom Group at West Virginia University

News & Announcements

Welcome back to WVU! (Fall 2014 edition)

Summer has been a busy time for iDesign-Classroom staff installing new classrooms, revitalizing existing rooms with new projectors, and collaborating with our parent organization Academic Innovation to create a demonstration "LightBoard" as well as a new experimentation space inside the Evansdale Library which Sue Day-Perroots has dubbed "The Sandbox".

Currently, we are working with audiovisual installers on a Computer Training Lab in G17 of the Evansdale Library. We're also in the final design phases of having new HD technology classrooms installed into Hodges Hall rooms 250 and 252, the new Advanced Engineering Research Building rooms 135 and 137, and the new Art Museum room G7. Designs are being created for more technology classrooms in Armstrong, B&E, Engineering Sciences, the new Evansdale Connector Building, and upgrades to classrooms in Towers and South Ag. Sciences.

We also continue to implement our long-term strategic plan of improving classroom video by upgrading from analog to digital, testing additional technological-pedagogical innovations with faculty, researching and implementing new technology standards with the help of the WVU community.