May 10, 2019, by Marshall White, Senior Manager - UNH Academic Technology
UNH has acheived an important milestone. Coming in the Fall 2019 term, all Registrar Controlled Classrooms (~120) in consideration of the tenets of Universal Design, will have have American with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant furniture. In order to be ADA compliant, classrooms must incorporate furniture that can be used by students who exhibit a disability and may require the use of additional services such as a wheelchair. In the past, this furniture was brought to the classroom by moving...
October 12, 2017, by Olivia Pelehach
UNH Academic Technology has recently been working hard to convert two classrooms in the newly renovated Hamilton Smith Hall into collaborative active-learning spaces, instead of traditional lecture halls. These TEAL (Technology Enhanced Active Learning) classrooms have the potential to create a much more engaging learning environment for students.
The room is designed to foster active-learning which merges hands-on exercises, student collaboration, and focused instruction to create a rich...