NB: This is an internal memo of the UIC College of Urban Planning
and Public Affairs, posted on the Web for future reference.
From: "Albert Schorsch, III"
Subject: How to reserve a multimedia classroom classroom/seminar use
Faculty and staff often ask how to reserve a campus (not CUPPA) multimedia classroom or seminar use.
Here's further information from Ed Garay, <email@example.com>, on 9/17/98
"Claude Farrugia wrote: : Hi all, : : I'm required to give a formal presentation in November (2nd week), and will : probably need a laptop with Powerpoint on it, and a projector. Would anyone : happen to know how I can go about this?
The easiest would be to move your presentation to either a multimedia classroom (MMCs) or to one of the instructional ACCC computer labs that can be reserved.
There are 20 multimedia classrooms, all equipped with networked computers, projections systems, sound, etc. etc. Seating capacities range from 20 to 500. For reservations, contact the Office of Classroom Services (OCS) at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 6-2751, 103 DH.
. . . .
Needless to say, both, the MMCs and our labs have the latest version of PowerPoint loaded, among lots of other software.
Those are the best options."
Ed Garay, Assistant Director UIC Academic Computing and Communications
Instructional Technology Lab (ITL) email@example.com
ITL home page: http://www.uic.edu/depts/adn/itl
Albert Schorsch, III,
Assistant Dean College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs
University of Illinois at Chicago
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