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Writing Center

 

Room Number
Tuttleman 201D
Seating Capacity
25
Student Seating Style
Computer tables
Room Type
Computer classroom
Room Layout
Rows of stations
Computer
Windows PCs
Technology Level
Projector
Sony
Projector Aspect Ratio
4:3
Laptop Connection Availability
VGA, 1/8" audio
Wireless
802.11b & 802.11g
VCR/DVD
TBA
Cable TV
Not present
Document Camera
Not present
Webcam
Not present
Wireless Microphone
Present
Telephone
Present

 

Computer classrooms have a dedicated computer at each student seat. All computer labs/classrooms, with the exception of the drop-in labs (Anderson 21, Tuttleman 201, Tuttleman 204 and Ritter Annex 844), include a dedicated teacher station and a smart classroom presentation system.

The Tuttleman Learning Center is located at 1809 N. 13th Street, on the corner of Montgomery Avenue and N. 13th Street.

 

Scheduling:

Contact the Writing Center to schedule a class or event in this room.

 

Software:

CLA Fall 2013 lab and classroom image is based in Windows 7 64-bit operating system. The following software titles have been installed in all CLA PC labs:

Fall 2013 Software List (PDF)

 

Assistance in CLA Labs:

All College of Liberal Arts labs are supported by the CLA IT department out of Anderson 21 and can be reached during operating hours at 215-204-3213. This lab is a department-owned lab. For all non-technical support questions, please contact the Writing Center directly.

 

Level 3 Classrooms:

Level 3 classrooms contain one workstation for each student as well as an instructor teaching station. Seating arrangements vary from traditional classroom style to clusters. Level 3 classrooms typically include:

  • A permanently installed lectern-size podium equipped with:
    • Desktop computer with Internet access and a monitor
    • Patch panel for external devices such as a laptop
    • Push-button remote for control of media devices
  • A ceiling mounted video/data projector
  • Pull-down or fixed projection screen

 

 

Last updated Friday, September 20, 2013

Temple University
College of Liberal Arts
Information Technology
AL-21 Anderson Hall
1114 West Berks Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122-6090
Phone: 215-204-3213
Fax: 215-204-5440
Email: clait@temple.edu