The Office of Curriculum and Instructional Support's classroom, 413D, is a self-booking teaching and learning space which can comfortably accommodate up to 32 people*.
The room is well-equipped for in-person and virtual experiences.
In-room technology and facilities include:
- 120" Projection screen
- High definition projector
- Windows PC
- HDMI inputs for connecting a laptop
- Wirelessly share your screen using AppleTV
- Ceiling microphone array with auto-gain and noise-cancellation
- High-quality presenter and audience-facing web cameras
- Stereo speakers
- Rolling/modular tables and chairs
To reserve the room, add PA413D to your Outlook calendar appointment.
- If the room is available, an automatic confirmation will be received. Please pay careful attention to the confirmation message as it includes important pre-use information.
- If you attempt to reserve a time that's not available, you'll receive an email declining the invitation, so you can choose another time.
As the Office of Curriculum and Instructional Support's mission is to promote and facilitate student learning through research-based professional development opportunities for faculty, CIS events, as well as those serving faculty-specific needs, will receive first priority, if scheduling conflicts arise.
Though our staff is committed to providing a high-quality experience for all constituents, please understand that we cannot guarantee staff availability to provide logistical or technical support for your use of this space. A user manual is provided for reference. It is the responsibility of the presenter/meeting owner to familiarize themselves with the space in advance, to make arrangements for early arrival or special accommodations (e.g. catering, non-CMU guests, etc.).
If you encounter any technical difficulty using the in-room equipment, please contact the Help Desk. If you have logistical questions or require other assistance, please consult the front desk staff in-person, email CIS or call 989-774-3615.
*The Office of Curriculum and Instructional Support's classroom is a multi-use space. To accommodate its many uses, computers are sometimes in place on tables around the room's perimeter, reducing seating capacity and limiting furniture arrangement options.