By Carol Watson
During the past six months, a former special collections area of the library has been converted to a new flexible, teaching space…affectionately known as Classroom L. A few fall semester courses are moving into the new classroom and you’ll notice some of your spring semester classes are scheduled in the new classroom as well.
One of the best features of Classroom L is its flexible furniture. With 14 trapezoid-shaped tables, the room can be configured in multiple arrangements such as a large circle, small group break-outs, traditional rows, conference-table style or u-shaped. The flexibility provides law professors with the opportunity to easily include group activities as part of their instruction. Two screens and projectors ensures that all participants in the room can view a screen, no matter where they are seated.
We think you’ll enjoy your classes in the newly renovated space and we look forward to hearing your feedback about this new instructional space.