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Studio Classroom Opens its Doors

Room 111 in the Huygens building is fully renewed and upgraded to a brand new furnished room for classes and self-study, called Studio Classroom. It is equipped in accordance with a concept developed by TU Delft. Studio Classroom allows for both ‘classical’ centralized teaching and decentralized group or individual learning. Teachers have a large touchscreen at their disposal and students can work together on mushroom shaped tables with at least two computers, but also space for offline activities to encourage discussion.

The afternoon of Tuesday March 22nd is reserved for a walk-in session between 14:00 and 17:00. Anyone can drop by to feel the room, play around with the touch screen and ask questions. Interested teachers can subscribe for a 2-3 hour training in April to fully exploit the new possibilities. They are asked to send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. before March 25th.

- Class activities such as lectures and tutorials, student meetings, group discussions, tutoring, mentoring and brainstorming sessions.
- Study room, individual study areas (if no teaching activities are taking place)

Booking & Availability
- Room reservation for educational activities and group meetings is coordinated through This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
- Availability is visible on digital screens on the ground floor at the reception of the Huygens building.

AV & IT support
- Studio classroom has eight workstations, each equipped with seven chairs.
- Each workstation has one PC screen that is connected to the main touch screen.
- Glass windows function as a whiteboard; special markers are available next to the boards.
- For IT support, contact Erik Deul.

Publ. 17-03-2016 12:09
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