Spaces & Technology - Teaching & Learning
The Library Classrooms on the first floor (EL1470A/B) provide computer lab space designed specifically for hands-on Library instruction and other computer-based learning. Both rooms are designed to allow for flexible and innovative teaching, active learning, and collaboration.
- The furniture in the library classrooms are arranged using row-style seating.
- EL1470A seats 36
- EL1470B seats 42
These labs can be combined to create a single, large instructional lab.
When not booked for instruction and programming; these classrooms are open computer lab space available to Library users.
Multiple projectors and screens, classroom instruction podiums, dimming lights and blackout blinds, hard-wired computers, robust wifi, and two different classroom layouts.
Other classrooms and lab space in the RLLC
For inquiries about other classrooms and labs in the Riddell Library and Learning Centre please contact the responsible areas:
- Student Learning Services – 1st floor classrooms EL1451A and EL1451B, and 2nd floor classroom
- Academic Development Centre – 2nd floor active learning classroom EL2463 and Flexible Learning Lab EL2462
- Department of Education – 3rd floor classrooms EL3441, EL3455 and EL3460
These computer labs are in use for Library teaching and programming and are not generally available for booking during peak periods of Fall and Winter terms. During exam periods they are in use for exams. For information about booking these instructional lab spaces outside of peak or exam periods please contact Katharine Barrette - Associate Dean, University Library, Public Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 403.440.6126.