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Study Rooms Technology

There are two types of study rooms available for student use in the Law School. The technology is designed for small group presentations, collaboration, video recording, and audio/video conferencing.

Instructions

  • Please turn off the display when you’re done to keep the equipment healthy.
  • ITS offers training if you need assistance. Just contact itshelp@law.upenn.edu.

Tanenbaum Study Rooms: T409, T417, T509, T517

These are the four corner rooms on the 4th and 5th floors of Tanenbaum.

  • 46in. LCD screen with speakers
  • Windows 7 computer with Office 2010 and Internet Explorer
  • Connections for presentation by laptop: VGA cable, audio cable, and ethernet (or wireless) Internet
  • Camera and microphone for video conferencing (Skype or Polycom) and video recording (Camtasia Studio)

Silverman Ground Floor Study Room: SG62

These are the rooms created in 2008 as part of the Silverman Ground Floor Renovation project.

  • 63in. plasma screen with speakers
  • Windows 7 computer with Office 2010 and Internet Explorer
  • Connections for presentation by laptop: VGA cable, audio cable, and ethernet (or wireless) Internet
  • Camera and microphone for video conferencing (Skype or Polycom) and video recording (Camtasia Studio)

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