Location & Contact
Phone: (831) 459-2117
149 Kerr Hall
Campus Mailstop: Learning Technologies Kerr Hall
ITS ticket system:
Select a classroom to view installed media information:
Features common to all general assignment classrooms:
- Data Projection
- Laptop audio and video input
- 1 wired network connection
- DVD Player
- Videocassette Player
All rooms over 50 seats have document cameras. They are available upon request for rooms under 50 seats.
Slide projectors and other legacy equipment can be placed in most classrooms for the quarter upon request.
Please report any classroom equipment problems as soon as possible.
To report a problem, Go to http://itrequest.ucsc.edu/ , open a support ticket and select the “classrooms” category, call the phone number posted on the classroom lectern or media cabinet or email firstname.lastname@example.org . For all other requests, open a ticket, email email@example.com or call 459-2117.
Classroom media access codes are emailed to all listed instructors 1-2 weeks before the start of classes. The system is not able to send emails for courses where the instructor is listed as “staff”. If you have not received your code by two days before the start of the quarter, please contact Learning Technologies.
Some rooms have automated recording systems. Click here to see the list of rooms where this is available:
Click here to have your course recorded (for instructors only):
Not all classrooms have wireless networking. This will improve over the next few years as campus cabling is upgraded. Even when wireless networking is available, using the wired connection for presentations is recommended as it is usually more reliable and faster.
Please note that the wireless network was designed to cover common areas so any coverage of classrooms is incidental, is not a listed feature of the classrooms and may not be strong enough to use for essential teaching tasks.
The campus wireless network map can be found here:
Click on the area and then the building your classroom is in. Areas that have wireless coverage are indicated in green. These maps were created when the wireless network was installed and are approximate representations of coverage.