Research Discovery Room

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Research Discovery Room

Overview: The Research Discovery Room (LIB-311) is prioritized for faculty research and interprofessional data exploration.

Reservations: Requests for use of the room should be sent to the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Development.  

Location and hours accessible:

 - Collaborative Learning Commons, LIB-3rd Floor
   (hours of operation)

Supplemental technologies needed: None

Features:  

  - The Research Discovery Room has been designed for
    up to 30 participants to work on collaborative projects.

  - The space is equipped with furniture that is especially
    adaptive, using reconfigurable tables and chairs to
    facilitate group interaction.

  - One wall of the room features an 82” multi-touch sensing LCD display developed by Perceptive Pixel, Inc.
    Technical information and demonstration videos are available at Perceptive Pixel by Microsoft.

  - Another wall in the room provides floor-to-ceiling whiteboard space for use in planning and developing projects.

  - A third wall contains six liquid crystal wall panels that are opaque but turn clear with a flip of a switch.  

Page last updated on February 21, 2014