ROAR Location Add/Update Form Your InformationName* First Last Email* Location InformationBuilding* Room Number* Max Capacity*Please enter a number from 0 to 9999.Academic Organization*i.e. School or College managing the location AddressOnly needed for off-campus locations. Street Address Address Line 2 City State AlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareDistrict of ColumbiaFloridaGeorgiaHawaiiIdahoIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMaineMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNebraskaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeTexasUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWest VirginiaWisconsinWyomingArmed Forces AmericasArmed Forces EuropeArmed Forces Pacific ZIP Code Room InformationLocation Usage*Indicate whether the location to be added or updated is an instructional space or used only for ad hoc events. Instructional Space - A location used for credit class scheduling and listed in CLSS & PAWS (can also be used for ad hoc events). Ad hoc Event Space - A location used only for ad hoc events and is not assigned to credit class sections (NOT in CLSS or PAWS). ROAR Category/PAWS Facility Type*Select one. Atrium/Lobby (A entrance hall or corridor to a building) Auditorium/Theatre (Fixed seats (WITHOUT a writing surface) that face a stage) Building Entrances (Doors and walkways to buildings) Classroom – Laboratory (Wet or dry labs primarily used for instruction) Classroom – Lecture (Generally fixed seats with a capacity of 61 or more used for instruction) Classroom – Seminar (Generally a discussion set up with a capacity of 1 – 25 used for instruction) Classroom – Standard (Generally set up in rows with a capacity of 1 – 60 used for instruction) Computer Lab (Generally computer stations set up in rows used for instruction) Conference Room (Generally a discussion set up and used for small meetings) Event/Multipurpose Space (Generally an open space or an easily changeable set up thus suited for hosting events) Exhibition/Gallery Space (Generally a space that is open and allows for the display of art objects) Gym/Fitness Room (A gymnasium or a room with gym/fitness equipment) Off Campus (Locations off campus used for instruction) Office (An individual or group workspace) Outdoor Locations (Locations outside) Performance Space (Generally a space used for a performance or rehearsal) Studio – Art/Film/Dance/Music/Theatre (A room where artists work and/or teach) Default Layout*Select one. Classroom Style Rows (Rows of tables or desks facing toward the front of the room) Conference Style (Rectangular or oval table surrounded by chairs) Groups (Small rectangular or round tables surrounded by several chairs) Herringbone Style (Rows of tables and chairs angled inwards toward the front of the room) Horseshoe Style (Semi-circular or U-shape tables with seats on one side facing toward the front of the room) Horseshow Style – Split (Semi-circular or U-shape tables with seats on one side facing toward the front of the room Open/Flex (A more open space that does not have a default set up or an easily changeable set up) Perimeter (Majority of the desks and/or seating line the perimeter of the room) Theater Style (Seats lined up in a row (straight, semi-circular, or angled) facing the front of the room) Features*Select all that apply. AV - Assistive Listening (Technology built into the room that directs audio wirelessly to an ear pierce being utilized by audience members for accessibility purposes) AV - Audio: Surround Sound (Audio output that often uses three or more speakers in which sound seems to 'surround' the listener to create a more realistic effect) AV – Camera: Instructor Facing (USB camera and microphone that allows instructors the ability to record their lectures using both Mediasite and Crestron capture technologies) AV - Camera: Student Facing (Camera that faces the students/audience - may or may not pick up audio) AV – Camera: Video Conferencing (Technology that allows for two way, real-time transmission of audio and video signals) AV - Computers: Student (Desktop or Laptop computer stations available for student use in a computer lab or classroom) AV - Display: Dual (Allows for the display of two different images at the same time) AV – Display: Flat Panel (Groups) (A thin display screen at the table of each group for either instructional display or group work) AV – Display: Flat Panel (Perimeter) (A thin display screen placed along the perimeter of the room as the only display or in addition to central projection) AV – Display: Interactive Touchscreen (An interactive whiteboard that uses touch detection for user input (i.e. Smartboards)) AV – Display: Widescreen (A display that is wider than it is high, typically with a ratio greater than 4:3) AV – Document Camera (A digital device that displays a document or an object to a large audience (i.e. Visualisers)) AV – DVD Player (A device that plays DVD-Video and DVD-Audio) AV – DVD Player: BluRay (A device that plays high definition BluRay discs) AV – Headsets (Headphones with an attached microphone) AV - Microphone: Input Available (Allows for the use of a handheld microphone for the instructor) AV - Microphone: Wireless (1 or more wireless microphones available in the classroom for instructor use) AV – Microphones: Students (Microphones placed around the room for student use) AV – Power Outlets: Near Seats (Power outlets at each seat or near to where students sit) AV – Video Input: Wireless (Project a device’s screen without plugging into the control system) AV - Video Input: HDMI (One cable connection in which audio and video are digitally transferred from laptop to monitor) AV - Video Input: VGA (Analog connection from laptop to monitor) AV – VoIP Conference Phone (Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is technology that allows voice conference calls using an internet connection instead of a traditional phone line) Active Learning (Classrooms that have a group layout, white boards, and additional technology to help advance student learning) Board – Chalk (1 or more chalkboards as the primary surface for writing) Board – White (1 or more whiteboards as the primary surface for writing) Board – White: Moveable (A mobile or portable whiteboard) Fitness Equipment (A variety of fitness equipment is located in the room) Floor - Flat (A room where the floor is flat and all seating is on the same level) Floor - Graded (A room where the floor is graded or sloped and the seating on different levels) Floor - Tiered/Steps (A room where the floor is tiered or there are steps and the seating on different levels) Flooring - Carpet (A room with carpeting) Flooring - Multi (A room with both carpeting and tile or another hard surface) Flooring - Tile/Hard Surface (A room with tile or another hard surface flooring) Instrument - Electronic Keyboards (Electronic keyboards are located in the room) Instrument - Piano (A piano is located in the room) Mediated Department Location (A location that has a least an instructor PC, fixed data display (projector or monitor) and speakers - some locations may have a control system (console or control panel) Non-mediated Department Location (A location without any audio/visual media equipment) Printer - WEPA (A wireless printer station) Seating - Art Horses (A wooden bench sat astride and used to prop a drawing board against) Seating - Chairs (Moveable chairs without a writing surface) Seating – Desks (Moveable tablet arm or worksurface desks for student seating) Seating – Fixed Seats (Fixed seats (without a writing surface) for the audience in a theatre or auditorium setting) Seating - Fixed Tablet Arm Seats (Fixed seats with a writing surface for students in a large lecture hall) Seating – Keyboards & Chairs: Fixed (Fixed keyboards & moveable chairs for student seating) Seating – Tables & Chairs: Fixed (Fixed tables with either fixed or movable chairs for student seating) Seating – Tables & Chairs: Moveable (Moveable tables & chairs for student seating) Workbenches w/ or w/out Stools/Chairs (A sturdy, flat table or surface, often standing height, where work is done) Location PhotosOne or two room photos can be added to the location in ROAR. If desired, upload one or two jpg picture(s) here. Drop files here or Select files Accepted file types: jpg, jpeg, Max. file size: 5 MB, Max. files: 2. CommentsPlease provide any additional information regarding the request.