Offices & Directories

Collaborative Learning Spaces

There are six collaborative learning spaces that are part of the Fletcher Jones Foundation Computer Center. Collaborative learning spaces encourage an open exchange of ideas, constructive criticism, and focus on a finished product incorporating contributions from multiple students. Collaborative projects provide students the opportunity to work on activities that are modeled after real-world social contexts, and can therefore be very effective in learning. These learning spaces are designed to support the pedagogically progressive opportunities that collaborative learning has to offer. Use of these rooms is on first-come basis, unless a prior reservation has been made.

Room Number Description
99 This room has a whiteboard, a large-size monitor, and the necessary cables to support a laptop connection.
100 This room has a whiteboard, large-size monitor, and the necessary cables to support a laptop connection.
118 This room has a whiteboard and five computers.  One computer (#3) is connected to a large-size monitor.  Using this workstation and monitor, students can work together to construct a group paper or presentation.
122 This room has a whiteboard, a large-size monitor, one computer a whiteboard, and the necessary cables to support a laptop connection.
124 This room has a whiteboard. a large-size monitor, one computer, and the necessary cables to support a laptop connection.
138 This room has a whiteboard, a large-size monitor, and the necessary cables to support a laptop connection.

Hours:
All Collaborative Learning Spaces follow the hours set for the Fletcher Jones Foundation Computer Center.

Questions regarding the collaborative learning spaces can be directed to extension 8965 (on-campus) or (909) 748-8965 (off-campus).


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