Ballantine Hall 314 (IUB)

Ballantine 314 was renovated with a Learning Innovation Hub grant from Steelcase. This grant transformed the traditional 33-seat tablet armchair classroom to a flexible space using Steelcase’s Verb Tables and Node chairs. Additional features include student whiteboards at each table to create collaboration hubs. There are also two 80” flat, interactive touch panels to improve sight lines and viewing angles and provide more innovative instruction.

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General Specifications

  • Campus: Bloomington
  • Building: Ballantine
  • Room Design: Mosaic Active Learning Environment
  • Student Seating: 10 moveable two-seat tables and rolling chairs
  • Seating Capacity: 20
  • Whiteboards: Front (2), side (1), rear (2) and 20 individual student whiteboards
  • Lights: Banked
  • Windows: Windows with shades

Technical Specifications

  • Lectern: Windows computer
  • Lectern: Blu-ray player (also plays DVDs and CDs)
  • Lectern: Document camera
  • Lectern: HDMI and VGA laptop connections
  • Lectern: Touch-sensitive control panel to adjust audio and route video sources to the room’s two displays
  • Lectern: Wired network jack
  • Lectern: Wireless lavalier and handheld microphones
  • Lectern: Webcam
  • Lectern: Lecture capture
  • Room: Two 80” flat panel displays
  • Room: Wireless network access