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Available Technology in Rooms

This page defines technology and other IT services available for specific rooms and event spaces at Penn Law. If you require technology for an upcoming event, please Make a Reservation.

Please schedule early. Submit your request at least 24 hours prior to your event. However, meeting the minimum notice is not a guarantee that we will be able to support your event.

Rooms with Dual Delivery (Partial Remote Class) Capabilities:

Note that not all rooms at the Law School are optimal for Dual Delivery (an on-premise class or event which also has remote attendees). Currently, rooms which have Dual Delivery capabilities are fitted with a secondary PC Monitor as well as microphones which capture the entire space or individual speakers. Classrooms and event spaces which can fully support Dual Delivery are: G-1, G-2, G-213, G-214, S-240A, S-240B, S-245A, S-280, S-147, T-112, T-145, T-320, and T-345.

Rooms T-142, GK-238, GK-330, S-270, T-253, SM-28, and GK-70 can also accommodate video conferencing. They may, however, not be optimal for your class or event, since some do not include a secondary PC monitor, a camera facing the front of the room, or a microphone system that captures the entire space.

See Dual Delivery Classroom Technology for more information on these specific spaces

See Dual Delivery: Guide for Faculty for how to set up for a partial remote class or event

Available in all of the rooms listed below:

Large Lecture Halls

G-1, G-2, G-213, G-214, S-280, S-245A

Room Podium Mic Wireless Lav Mics

Panel Mics (By Request)

Screens/Projectors Aspect Ratio Capacity
G-1 Yes 2 3 maximum 2 Projectors 4:3 111
G-2 Yes 2 3 maximum 2 Projectors 4:3 111
G-213 Yes 2 3 maximum 2 Projectors 4:3 111
G-214 Yes 2 3 maximum 2 Projectors 4:3 111
S-280 Yes 2 None 2 Projectors 16:9 38
S-245A Yes 2 5 maximum LED Display 16:9 60
S-240A Yes 2 5 maximum LED Display 16:9 85
S-240B Yes 2 4 maximum LED Display 16:9 55
T-145 Yes None None 1 Projector 4:3

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Images of Gittis 1 and Silverman 280:

Gittis 1

Silverman 280

 

 

 

Seminar and Conference Rooms

T-345, T-320, T-253, T-142, T-112, GK-238, GK-330, SM-28,  S-270, S-147, SG-52, Faculty Lounge

Room Podium Mic Wireless Lav Mics Screens/Projectors Aspect Ratio Capacity
T-345 None None 2 Projectors, TV 4:3, 16:9 30
T-320 None None 2 Projectors, TV 4:3, 16:9 18
T-253 None None TV Display 16:9 14
T-142 None None 2 Projectors, TV 4:3, 16:9 18
T-112 None None Projector 16:9 30
GK-238 None None Projector 16:9 16
GK-330 None None TV Display 16:9 12
SM-28 None None TV Display 16:9 15
S-270 None None 2 TV Displays 16:9 18
S-147 Yes 2 Projector, 2 TV’s 16:9 20
SG-52 None None Projector, TV 4:3, 16:9 16
Fac Lounge None 2 Projector 4:3 18

Images of Tanenbaum 345 and Tanenbaum 253:

Tanenbaum 345

  Tanenbaum 253

 

 

 

 

Large Event Spaces

Fitts Auditorium, Levy Conference Center

Room Podium Mic Wireless Mics

Panel Mics

Screens/Projectors Aspect Ratio Capacity
Fitts Auditorium Yes 5 Lavs, 3 Handheld 6 maximum 2 Projectors, 1 Floor Display 16:9 336
Levy Conference Room Request 2 Lavs, 2 Handheld 5 maximum 2 TV Displays 16:9 200

Michael Fitts Auditorium

Levy Conference Center

 

 

 

 

Mock Courtroom

GK-70

Note: Panel microphones are permanently installed for Judges, Attorneys and Witness

Room Podium Mic Wireless Lav Mics Screens/Projectors Aspect Ratio Capacity

GK-70

Yes 2 2 TV Displays

16:9

28

Golkin 70 Moot Courtroom

 

 

 

 

 

Clinic Rooms (Reserved through the Clinic)

Clinic A, Clinic B, Clinic C, Clinic D

Note: To reserve the following rooms please contact clinic@law.upenn.edu. Priority for these rooms will go to faculty and students working with the clinic, so you should try to book in the above rooms first.

Room Podium Mic Wireless Lav Mics Screens/Projectors Aspect Ratio Capacity
Clinic A None None TV Display 16:9 6
Clinic B None None TV Display 16:9 6
Clinic C None None TV Display 16:9 6
Clinic D None None TV Display 16:9 6

 

Explanation of Terms:

  • Video/Audio Recording: All of these rooms have installed cameras and microphone systems for recording. To request recording for class sessions, use the Media Request tool on Canvas.
  • Video Conference: Audio conferencing and video conferencing with remote guests, instructors, or students using Zoom. Please see the Audio & Video Conferencing page before requesting help.
  • Request: Indicates that the technology is offered, but subject to availability. It draws on a pool of equipment shared among multiple rooms.
  • Capacity: Indicates the amount of people that can sit comfortably in the space.
  • G = Gittis, GK = Golkin, T = Tanenbaum, S = Silverman, SM = Silverman Mezzanine, SG = Silverman Ground

 

Room Technology FAQ:

Which rooms are best for video conferencing?

  • Currently, the rooms which have Dual Delivery capabilities are fitted with a secondary PC Monitor as well as microphones which capture the entire space. The classrooms and event spaces which fit this criteria are as follows: G-1, G-2, G-213, G-214, S-240A, S-240B, S-245A, S-280, S-147, T-112, T-145, T-320, and T-345.

  • Rooms T-142, GK-238, GK-330, S-270, T-253, SM-28, and GK-70 can also accommodate video conferencing. However, they may not be optimal for a partial-remote class or event. See Dual Delivery Classroom Technology for more information on these specific spaces.

  • T-142, GK-238, GK-330, T-114 (CP&P), T-136 (TPIC) all have rear-facing cameras installed at the front of the room, which makes them ideal when the presenter/speaker is remote.
  • Large lecture halls such as S-240A, S-240B, S-245A, G-1, G-2, G-213, G-214 can also support video conferencing, but have front-facing cameras installed at the rear of the room, which are better suited for a remote attendee (ie: a remote student).

Which rooms are best for a panel mic discussion?

  • G-1, G-2, G-213, G-214
  • S-240a, S-240b, S-245a
  • Levy Conference Center
  • Fitts Auditorium

How do I pull up my slideshow or document on the room PC?

  • Login to the PC using your LawKey and password
  • Access your OneDrive, storage app or E-mail, download your file to the desktop and open the file
  • Otherwise, login with a Guest account and bring a USB thumb-drive. Copy your file to the desktop and then open the file
  • To send the PC display to the larger display in the room, use either the touchscreen or the wall plate controller
  • For more information, visit Room Technology Instructions and navigate to the room in question for individualized instructions

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