[Campus-uw-staff] introductions & beginning to plan
Benj. Mako Hill
makohill at uw.edu
Fri Aug 1 19:35:33 UTC 2014
<quote who="Shauna Gordon-McKeon" date="Fri, Aug 01, 2014 at 01:15:57PM -0400">
> Can you check both November 15th and 16th?
> We shouldn't need the computer labs - most students bring laptops to our
> events. A seminar style room is preferable to lecture style, since we like
> to encourage people to make small groups, but it might be worth it to go
> for the bigger room so we're not unnecessarily limiting the number of
> people who can attend.
It looks like everything is available those days. The large room is a
classroom. It has a podium, stage, and sort of stadium style steps
going back (although it's not that extreme). That said, the chairs are
all easy to move around and the steps are very large and we've used it
in CDSW for group work.
The best seminar room is 20 people max. There is also a seminar room
that is pretty modular that we can do 40 people in.
If you want, I can put us down for the big one and a small one (maybe
the 40 person one). Because it's a Saturday where demand is very low,
there's a good chance we'll be able to shift around closer to the
date as well. Sound good?
Benjamin Mako Hill
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