Frequently Asked Questions
Gannett 319 has been developed for use by the Center for Faculty Excellence, the Library, and individual faculty and staff members. The room has 5 collaboration pods with two displays. A Crestron unit and interactive Eno board/stylus support collaboration and lecture modes, with a wireless keyboard for the instructor and each pod. Each pod accommodates 6 people - the room is designed to seat 30 people comfortably.
Faculty and staff may schedule the use of Gannett 319 for workshops or instructional sessions. It is not available for reserve by student organizations. Interested parties should email Stephanie Salcedo to arrange to use Gannett 319. In advance of a scheduled session, users must check out the Gannett 319 Kit from the Multimedia Services Desk using an Ithaca College ID. The kit contains the key to access the room, as well as the keyboards, stylus, remote, and mouse to use the room's wireless technology (collaboration pods, Eno board, and projection system). Users are encouraged to bring personal laptops. There are also laptops that may be checked out at the Circulation Desk, depending on availability. Gannett 319 was designed to be as intuitive to use as possible. However, there is a small learning curve in order to get comfortable with room's controls and technology. Users should contact the DIIS help desk for technical assistance.
Food is not permitted in the room - drinks in covered containers are permitted.
The Library and the Center for Faculty Excellence host introductory sessions for Gannett 319 throughout the academic year. Interested faculty and staff are encouraged to attend.