CETL'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 CETL's mission is to promote and facilitate student learning through research-based professional development opportunities for faculty, CETL's 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 CETL or call 989-774-3615.
*CETL'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.