Smart Classroom

Instructor pointing on a SMARTBoard

Leeward Community College has a number of teaching and learning spaces with instructional technology that can be used to aid and enhance course instruction. Since the classrooms were enhanced with technology in phases, there are some small differences in the "generations" of rooms. Please see the list at the bottom of the page for Smart Classrooms and their Generation.

Audio-Visual

  • Generation 1+ - features a lectern, dual-boot iMac (Mac and Windows OS), DVD, mixer/amplifier, speakers, projector, and screen
  • Generation 2+ Type A, Generation 2+ Type B, and Generation 2+ Type C - features a lectern,  dual-boot iMac (Mac and Windows OS), DVD, stereo speakers, projector, and screen
  • Generation 3 & 4 - features a lectern with control, dual-boot iMac (Mac and Windows OS), VGA connector for laptop, DVD, ceiling speakers, projector, and screen
  • Generation 5 - features a lectern with control, dual-boot iMac (Mac and Windows OS), HDMI connector for laptop and other devices, DVD, ceiling speakers, projector, and screen
  • Generation 6 (ED Bldg) - features a lectern with touch panel control, dual-boot iMac (Mac and Windows OS), SMART Board,  HDMI connector for laptop and other devices, Airplay, room microphone, speakers, projector, screen, and moveable chairs and tables.

Computers are all dual-boot (Windows and Mac OS)

  • 2008 iMac - Intel Core 2 Duo, 2.40 GHz, DVD drive
  • 2009 iMac - Intel Core 2 Duo, 3.06 GHz, DVD drive
  • 2010 iMac - Intel Core i3, 3.07 GHz, DVD drive
  • 2011 iMac - Intel Core i5, 2.50 GHz, DVD drive
  • 2012 iMac - Intel Core i5, 2.70 GHz, DVD drive
  • 2013 iMac - Intel Core i7, 3.10 GHz, no-DVD drive
  • 2015 iMac - Intel Core i7, 2.10 GHz, no-DVD drive

 

Specialty Rooms

  • Ka'ala Room (GT-105) - features a lectern with touch panel control, dual-boot iMac (Mac and Windows OS), VGA connector for laptop, DVD, room microphone, distributed speaker system, two projectors, one monitor, and two electronic screens. This multifuctional room can be used for presentations, meetings, and active training sessions.
  • ED-104 Classroom - features a lectern with control, dual-boot iMac(Mac and Windows OS), SMART Board, HDMI connector for laptop and other devices, video recording capability, speakers, projector, screen, and moveable chairs and tables.
  • BE-106 - Business Simulation Lab
  • HS-1, HS-2 - Health Science Portables

Other Rooms

There are also a number of classrooms with some technology funded by the Division. Since this technology has not been standardized, it is best to check with your Division Secretary for the functionality and availability of classrooms not on the above list.

Computer on a table in a lab

Planning

For planning purposes, the estimated cost for equipment and labor for a new Smart Classroom is $15,000. For more details on the equipment and estimated costs, see this document.

Divisions are encouraged to consult with:

 

Contact

Contact the Help Desk at X271 for problems in Smart Classrooms.

Comments or suggestions may be shared through the Smart Classroom comment form.