Update: We have secured the use of our Faculty’s pilot TEAL (SF3201) room for all of our workshops. You can read about them in the link below.
The University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering is a busy space during the summer, with a large number of outreach programs taking place in July. Because of this, our rooms are a bit spread out across three buildings, in relatively close proximity to one another. Breaks and lunch will take place in the BA Atrium (Bahen Centre for Information Technology), but sessions may be spread across Bahen (BA), Sandford Fleming (SF), and Galbraith (GB).
Every room will have a projector and HDMI and VGA ports for connecting with your computer. Some rooms (with a full teaching station) may have a Windows desktop computer with PowerPoint installed. Information about every room used at the conference is available below, with the links a page you can use to arrive at specifications of the room (You’ll need to enter the building and room number manually). If you have any questions about the rooms, or requirements for your session, please send email@example.com an email with your question.
SF3201 Teal Room (Technology Enhanced Active Learning )
GB202 (Faculty Council Chambers)