FAQs about The Spark
Q: Where is the building located?
A: The building is located at the corner of Washington and Nevada streets, in between the Washington building and Cleveland Hall. Map
Q: What’s in the building?
A: There are twelve classrooms of various sizes in the building including a 250 seat active learning hall, an event/gathering space, a café, generous amounts of informal learning/study space, and various support centers.
Q: When did the building open?
A: The first classes in The Spark (previously known as the Digital Classroom Building) started fall semester 2017.
Q: What other services are available in The Spark?
A: Besides the classrooms, café and informal learning/study spaces, there are a Faculty Innovation Studio, Student Resource/Tutoring Center, Student Skills Development Studio, Media Development Lab, and a Creative/Collaboration Studio. There are also faculty hoteling offices spread throughout the building for faculty pre/post class time preparation, etc.
Q: How can I prepare for teaching in this new building?
A: Global Campus/AMS and the Provost’s Office are planning several opportunities for discussion, hands-on experience and planning sessions Check back for more information as it becomes available.
For more resources related to teaching with technology visit Elearning.
- Trainings and tutorials
- Hands on exploration in the Technology Test Kitchen
- University Teaching Innovation Events