Academic Technology

The Teach/Learn Centers provide a variety of services that support teaching with technology, including hands-on classrooms and training video. We maintain and manage computer classrooms, provide assistance to faculty and instructors to coordinate software placement, and facilitate arrangements with the Student Computing Clusters.

What's New?
Now Scheduling Hands-on Computer Classrooms for Spring 2005
The Teach/Learn Center is soliciting scheduling requests for spring semester 2005 for our hands on computer facilities from faculty, UNH department chairs and academic department administrative office professionals. Currently there are two hands-on computer classrooms available with student and instructor stations, computer projection, A/V and distance learning capability. Please see our Facilities page for complete description and images of the classrooms at You can submit your request via the web by clicking on the link above, or by calling our offices at 862-0572 between the hours of 8 AM and 5 PM Monday through Friday. For further information, or additional assistance, we can be reached via email at or at 862-0572. Thank you.

Teach/Learn Center Customer Survey
Your opinion matters! Please take a moment to complete a survey, so that we may serve you better. On-line survey can be found at and is listed as Audiovisual Services- Hands-on and Distance Learning Classrooms.

Netsupport School Class Management Software Available in the Teach/Learn Centers
We have just installed a new software application in our hands-on classrooms in Hewitt301 and the DL Classroom in the MUB that will facilitate student interactions from a central console. With Netsupport you can now control what your students view on their computer displays, provides you with quick and easy ways of sharing your computer diplays with all your students, and their displays with you. Other features to note are the annotation capabilities, instant survey creation, and student display blackout for when you want their undivided attention. For more information, please email us at or by phone at 862-0572.

Videoconferencing...the easy way to fly
The Teach and Learn Centers videoconferencing studio just had the best year ever, reaching out to universities in locations ranging from California, Toronto, and Vancouver to Scotland, London, and Rome. This fall semester will be capped off with participation in MegaConference VI, a twelve-hour conference that will connect over 200 university and research videoconferencing sites around the world. An inexpensive and convenient way to share resources, videoconferencing has assisted search commitees to conduct job searches, aided faculty collaboration on research, participate in thesis defense, and guest lecture at universities in United States and abroad. Please call Christopher Way @ 862-0572 for more information. Fall 2004 Scheduling Dates We will begin soliciting requests for room reservations for the Teach/Learn Center computer classrooms for Fall 2004 semester on March 29, 2004. The deadline for requests is April 16, 2004. After this date requests will be scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. The staff will work to schedule all requests and respond to you via e-mail concerning the status of your request by April 23, 2004. You will be receiving a mailing prior to March 29th with the appropriate form, or you may submit a request through our web reservation form (above link).

Spring Reservations Still Accepted!
Looking for a computer classroom for a few course sessions? We have scheduled many courses into our computer classrooms, but some time slots remain available! Submit your classroom requests for Spring 2004 via our web reservation form.

Hewitt 301 Upgraded
In partnership with the School of Health and Human Services, Hewitt 301 was upgraded to a 30-seat, Windows hands-on classroom. The room also includes an instructor station, connection to the suite of software available in the Student Computing Clusters, and audiovisual and sound equipment available in a TEC classroom. To reserve Hewitt 301, please call 862-3667.