Classrooms & Labs
Classrooms are designed to meet the teaching and learning needs of a broad range of academic programs. Most are equipped with projection systems, blackboards, and whiteboards. Larger spaces also have sound reinforcement systems, ensuring that the presenter’s voice can be heard clearly by all attendees.
In response to the need for remote learning during the fall of 2020, several spaces were equipped with camera systems and additional audio support. See our room-by-room documentation guide for assistance in using these spaces.
The Learning Spaces Committee provides guidance on the design of classrooms, from the furniture and layout to installed tools and technology. They are centrally managed by the Learning Space Manager, who supervises support and oversees the planning, installation and maintenance of technology and facilities coordination.
Classroom listings with details on installed technology are in the Event Management System (EMS)
- For immediate assistance with Classroom Technology call the Classroom Technology Hotline, x4000. Non-technology classroom issues may also be reported via the Hotline.
- General Learning Space and Classroom comments and questions can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- To schedule a classroom contact the Registrar’s Office for classes, or the Events Office for other uses.
Trinity has four teaching labs, each of which is equipped with computers for the instructor and students. Classes requiring access to software are scheduled in these, and they are available at all other times for general student access during the semester. The lab computers have a wide variety of software installed, including Microsoft Office, Mathematica and ChemDraw, to support classes and student projects. Visit the lab software page for details.
The following labs are open 24 hours while classes are in session except when reserved:
LITC 119 – Blume Language Lab
Financial Research and Technology Center
This lab hosts 11 Bloomberg Professional workstations, the industry leader in providing real-time and historical data for business and finance news, analytical tools and research. It is located in the LITC near the main entrance in room A02. Please visit the FRTC Web site for more information.