TLSS - Teaching and Learning Support Service

Rooms and equipment

Classrooms

Most of the available classrooms on campus are equipped with the latest audiovisual technology, including wireless connectivity capabilities. Every podium is equipped with the latest CPU (workstation), Liquid Crystal Display (LCD), DVD player. We also provide a projector, speakers and screen to enhance your audio visual experience. All of these items are controlled from a single control panel. An extra LAN wired-connection is provided for the laptop, as well as a USB extension port right on top of the podium for your convenience.

Use the classroom search tool to see the classroom in which you will be teaching.

Specialised Classrooms

Master in the art of room design, the CITE has developed and is responsible for the following rooms: telepresence room, the active learning room, seminars rooms (LPR 284 and VNR 1050).

Active Learning Room

The latest addition to the state-of-the-art Centre for Innovative Technologies in Education's (CITE) facilities, the new LPR 286 classroom is a step forward for the quality of services to students and professors at the University of Ottawa. This classroom is at the forefront of the current technology. The University of Ottawa developed this classroom in a desire to provide a rich and inspiring students experience, as part of the Destination 2020.

  • The room's configuration is set for different uses (small groups such as graduate courses; thesis defences, meetings of researchers, business meetings, etc.);
  • The room is available to the entire university community; access is neither limited nor exclusive and can accommodate up to 36 people.

LPR 286 Finiched 1The Active Learning Room (LPR 286) at the University of Ottawa. Photo: TLSS.

Highlights:

  • The videoconference classroom is equipped with intelligent camera and microphone systems which track the activity of the students inside the room;
  • There are 6 tables, equipped with two large monitors, camera, microphone, Windows and Mac computers;
  • The touch control system facilitates collaborative work and videoconferencing in all its forms;
  • The configuration enables collaboration and active learning;
  • The room features a large video wall for presentations and videoconferencing;
  • The other walls have large surfaces for writing using dry erase markers.

Conference Room

LPR 284 copyVideoconference classroom at the University of Ottawa. Photo by the TLSS.

Highlights:

  • The room has a seating capacity for 18 people;
  • The videoconference classroom is equipped with cameras and microphones systems for your conference needs;
  • The touch control system facilitates collaborative work and videoconferencing in all its forms;
  • The room features a large video wall for presentations and videoconferencing and 4 monitors for better viewing in the room;
  • The following equipment are also available: Document camera, SMART sympodium, computer, Connectivity for laptop and BYOD.

Conference Room Vanier

Vanier 1050Videoconference Classroom (Vanier 1050) at the University of Ottawa. Photo: TLSS.

Highlights:

  • The room has a seating capacity for 26 people;
  • The videoconference classroom is equipped with cameras and microphones systems for your conference needs
  • The touch control system facilitates collaborative work and videoconferencing in all its forms;
  • The room features a large video wall for presentations and videoconferencing;
  • The following equipment are also available: Document camera, SMART sympodium, computer, Connectivity for laptop.

Telepresence Room

The immersive Telepresence room represents  an evolution in quality of service and its provision  to students, as well as to stakeholders in the field of Health at  the University of Ottawa.

Funding for the room’s equipment was donated by Health Canada, within the scope of the CNFS (Consortium national de formation en santé) project. The University has been a part of this project for more than 15 years.

  • The room will be available to the entire University community, access is neither limited nor exclusive and can accommodate 8 to 12 people.
  • The room has a configuration that lends itself to different uses (courses to small groups, graduate and post-graduate seminars, thesis defenses, meetings of researchers, coop students interviews, business meetings, etc.)

Immersive telepresence equipment is the essence of cutting-edge technology. The University of Ottawa is the second university in Canada to acquire this equipment, which will without a doubt enrich the student experience. When our graduates enter the job market, their familiarity with this technology will set them apart from graduates of other institutions.

LPR 273Immersive Telepresence Room (LPR 273) at the University of Ottawa. Photo: TLSS.

Highlights:

  • The room is available to the entire University community.
  • The room’s configuration is suitable for multiple purposes (small group courses, including graduate and post-graduate courses, thesis defences , meetings among researchers, Coop student interviews, business meetings, etc.)

To ask about our specialised classrooms, contact us by e-mail, by phone (see below) or in person at one of these locations:

Morisset Hall
Morisset Hall, room 06
613-562-5900

Roger Guindon Hall
451, Smyth Road
Roger Guindon Hall, room 2010
613-562-4616

Louis-Pasteur Hall
129, Louis Pasteur, room 261
613-562-5282

 

Please note that we accept reservation inquiries for specialized rooms only. It is the Registrar's responsibility to appoint a classroom for your course.

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