The Quality Matters program is a faculty-centered, peer review process to certify the quality of online courses and online components.


Armstrong Hall 219

In this 48 seat computer lab classroom, three ceiling mounted projectors and retractable, motorized screens are used to display a networked PC computer (with built-in DVD drive and front USB ports) or a document camera. As well, a laptop computer or portable video device may be displayed by connecting them to the local input panel at the lectern. The room’s audio system includes a lectern-mounted gooseneck microphone, a wireless lapel mic, and a wireless handheld mic.

Classroom Resource Instructions:

Local Support Contacts:

The phone is located inside the multimedia lectern. The number is 304-293-5802.

Computer Lab Problems
(Student PC’s)
Brian Powell 293-3285, ext 2240
Technical Equipment Problems
(Instructor PC, Microphone, Other Video/Audio Equipment, Training, Lectern Access, Passcodes)
iDesign-Classroom Group 304-293-2832
Environmental Problems
(Temperature, Seating, Lighting, Windows, Cleanliness, Chalk Supply, etc.)
Physical Plant 304-293-HELP (4357)
Security Issues
(Locked Classroom, Disturbance Issues, etc.)
WVU Police 304-293-COPS (2677)
Building Problems
(Non-Emergency Work Requests, etc.)
Building Supervisor 304-293-2011
Room Scheduling
(Room Access and Availability, Room Reservations, etc.)
Facilities Scheduling 304-293-0069
Software Training Workshops
(How to Use PowerPoint, Web Page Design, etc.)
OIT Technical Support Services 304-293-4444
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Armstrong 219
Armstrong 219 Floorplan