Most academic buildings have computers available that can be used on the network either permanently installed in the classroom or a mobile unit available to move into classrooms as needed. Currently all Hollenbeck Hall classrooms are capable of network access, have the standard lab software configuration, and have DVD, VCR, and SVGA overhead with sound available. Additionally, electronic whiteboards are available within the building.
Other buildings with similar hardware available in a limited number of classrooms include the BDK Science Center, Carnegie Hall, Krieg Hall, Synod Hall, and Zimmerman Hall.
If you require additional Audio/Visual hardware, your best bet is to visit the A/V Department on the second (ground) floor of Thomas Library and inquire about renting their equipment.
Additionally, the Oral Communication Center is located in Thomas Library and is there to help you put together Powerpoint and other presentations.