Re: group viewing rooms

Nancy Grayum (grayum@cc.wwu.edu)
Thu, 25 Jun 1998 14:31:02 -0700 (PDT)

We've had a group room for years, it's set up just like
any other classroom as far as security goes; cables, lock-
downs, security bolts. However, we have the room key, it
isn't open 24 hrs a day as a classroom would be.

The room seats 40. Has blackout drapes. Film, video, or
slides can be viewed.

Additionally we have a teeny room, accommodates one to three
people. Film, slide viewer (not projector), and TV/VCR. It's
within our office area; we've added headphone equipment so
we don't have to listen to the audio all thru our work areas.

Personally, I would not like to use a room which is set up
with the idea that someone is monitoring me, would you?

Let me know if any questions....

"If our brains were simple enough to understand, we'd
be so stupid we wouldn't be able to understand them at all."
---Jostein Gaarder, "The Solitaire Mystery"

Nancy Grayum
Instructional Technology Consultant
Academic Technology & User Services
Western Washington University
Bellingham WA 98225-9094
360-650-3572
grayum@cc.wwu.edu