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Center for Digital Access & Learning Spaces & Equipment 

Spaces in the Center can be used to construct teaching aids for courses in several modalities or to hold HyFlex classes and business meetings, with participants able to engage from the Learning Pods or from anywhere in the world.

The Center for Digital Access & Learning is operated by the Learning Resources Division (LRD). Students can visit the Center during business hours to sign up to use Learning Pods or udc.libcal.com/reserve/4250 to book online. Starting in spring 2022, UDC faculty can reserve rooms by emailing calhelpdesk@udc.edu.

Faculty and students can check out equipment from the Media Services. Training on the technology and equipment in each corresponding room will be required before access is granted. To schedule a training, please email calhelpdesk@udc.edu or visit udc.edu/cal/professional-development/

Learning Pods

The Learning Pods are individual cubicles that provide students with a low-risk setting to study or attend online classes. Printing, photocopying and scanning services are also available to students.

Learning Pods Equipment

Equipment (In Room):  

  • Touch Screen Desktops

Digital Learning Room (6125) 

The Digital Learning Room delivers face-to-face presentations while allowing others to participate via video conferencing. Self-tracking cameras and an overhead microphone combine to offer a high-quality video and audio stream. Participants can borrow laptops and power banks from Media Services.

Digital Learning Room Equipment

Equipment (In Room)   

  • WebEx Board 
  • Microsoft Surface Studio 
  • Microsoft Surface Hub 

Media Services Equipment (For Check Out) 

  • 13-inch MacBook Pro   (for instructors' use only)
  • Microsoft Surface Pro  (for instructors' use only)
  • 12.9 Inch iPads  (for instructors' use only)
  • Laptops  
  • Power Banks
  • Clickers 

Digital Learning Lab (6235)

The Digital Learning Lab can deliver face-to-face presentations while also allowing others to participate via video conferencing. Self-tracking cameras and an overhead microphone combine to offer a high-quality video and audio stream. This lab serves as a safe location for hands-on lab activities in virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) for teaching, learning and research. The presenter has access to cutting-edge VR equipment and a compatible computer that is networked to a smartboard. Participants will also have access to VR devices, which they can use to follow along with educational demos or explore independently

Digital Learning Lab. Equipment

Equipment (In Room)   

  • ViewSonic ViewBoard  
  • Microsoft Surface Hub 
  • Microsoft Surface Studio 

Media Services Equipment (For Check Out) 

  • 13-Inch Macbook Pro (for instructors' use only)
  • 15-Inch Dell Precision  (for instructors' use only)
  • Microsoft Surface Pro  (for instructors' use only)
  • 12.9 Inch iPad Pro (for instructors' use only)
  • Magic Leap (for instructors' use only)
  • Microsoft HoloLens (for instructors' use only)
  • Oculus Quest 2 Devices  (for instructors' use only)
  • Galaxy Tabs  (for instructors' use only)
  • Laptops
  • Power Banks 
  • Clickers  

Digital Multipurpose Room

The Digital Multipurpose Room is a flexible space for training, traditional classrooms or demonstrations. Like the Digital Learning Room and Digital Learning Lab, self-tracking cameras and an overhead mic work together to provide a view of the speaker in the room. Participants can also join from the Learning Pods or offsite.

Digital Multipurpose Room Equipment

Equipment (In-Room)   

  • Mobile Smartboards 
  • Microsoft Surface Hub 

Media Services Equipment (For Check Out) 

Instructor 

  • 16-Inch Macbook Pro  (for instructors' use only)
  • Microsoft Surface Pro(for instructors' use only)
  • 12.9-Inch iPads  (for instructors' use only)
  • Power Banks   
  • Laptops  
  • Clickers  

OneButton and Lightboard Studios 

The One-Button and Lightboard Studios allow users to seamlessly create, edit and upload presentations to their cloud storage or thumbdrive. Both Studios can be used without any previous video production experience but also can serve as an editing suite for new recordings or other related projects. The One-Button Studio allows the presenter to face the audience while presenting PowerPoint slides or anything displayed on the computer screen. The Lightboard Studio allows the presenter to face the audience while drawing and or writing on a transparent glass panel.

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Location: 4250 Connecticut Avenue NW (Building 71), Sixth Floor


For more information, contact:
Carl S. Moore, Ph.D.
carl.moore@udc.edu


Click the image below to download the brochure.

UDC Digital Learning Center Brochure