All classrooms in Sullivan Hall come with standardized, smart podium interfaces.
To request in-person training, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or ask your administrative assistant to schedule training. Law school staff and full-time faculty can fill out the Equipment Assistance Request Form directly. For more information, see our Equipment Setup and Assistance page.
A complete list of tutorials on the use of classroom technology can be found on the Classroom Technology Tutorials page.
Sullivan Hall: C1, C3, C5, C6, C7, Courtroom (105), 109, 110, 121 (clinic conference room), 309, 327, 328, 329
As our classrooms are often full, some special events are scheduled in multipurpose spaces that double as hallways and/or study areas. If you are expecting to do a presentation in these areas, here is what you should know.
By pre-arrangement, a portable projector and screen can be set up. Panel microphones are also possible through the use of a mixer, which Media Services can set up.
This room is a non-classroom space for conferences. However, it has classroom-like functionality as listed above.
Media Services conducts morning equipment checks inside all law school classrooms. While these checks prevent most issues from impacting classes, breakdowns and/or user errors can impact equipment during the day. To report problems with the equipment in law school classrooms, call x4444 or send a detailed email to email@example.com.