Faculty may reserve a "Windows Classroom" or a "Mac OS X Classroom" to teach in a hands-on multimedia computer facility
The Windows classroom (Room 383 Library) accommodates 35 participants and has one dedicated instructor station; the Mac OS X classroom (Room 384 Library) accommodates 26 participants and has one dedicated instructor station.
These specialized classrooms may be reserved for occasional, specific class meetings requiring the use of technology. High demand disallows scheduling these rooms for every class meeting during a semester. Technical Support Staff are available for limited classroom support.
Check availability and reserve a Multimedia Classroom
Brooklyn College Library offers two types of printing for faculty:
This pilot program, designed for Faculty who are traveling on college business or have certain other off-campus research and computing needs, is a joint effort by the Library's Office of Academic Information Technologies (AIT) and the Office of Information Technology Services (ITS). The program is administrated by AIT's Faculty Training and Development Lab (FTDL).
For more information: http://ait.brooklyn.cuny.edu/index.php?view=loans
Located in room 382 of the Brooklyn College Library, the Faculty Training and Development Lab provides Brooklyn College Faculty with access to computer hardware and software, technology support and advice, drop-in individual consultation with knowledgeable and friendly staff, and small-group workshop training in the effective use of digital technologies for teaching and learning.
The Faculty Lab maintains state-of-the-art, high-performance Dell Windows and Apple Mac OS X desktop computers; color flatbed scanners; 35mm film scanners; DVD and CD-Recordable drives; digital video and audio capture; and networked B&W and color laser printers.
The Faculty Lab provides software for Web page creation; word processing; spreadsheet analysis; statistical analysis; database file management; graphics creation; digital video and audio; desktop publishing; desktop presentation; and multimedia authoring.