Virtual Tour - UNL Collaborative Spaces
Join the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Learning Spaces and Emerging Technology team as we showcase several collaborative spaces on campus. We will show classrooms, science labs, the library learning commons and a unique learning space called “the Hub.”
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[00:00:03.468]Well good morning, good afternoon everybody.
[00:00:05.271]We're going to start in just a few minutes.
[00:00:07.270]Thank you for joining us we appreciate the early birds
[00:00:09.891]who are adding to our Zoom meeting.
[00:00:13.380]We're using Zoom today to do this virtual tour.
[00:00:16.870]I will tell you the Zoom room that I have
[00:00:20.575]has room for 100 users.
[00:00:22.156]So if you are the unlucky 101 user
[00:00:26.284]you're not gonna be able to join but we are
[00:00:28.168]going to record the video and we will
[00:00:30.327]make it available next week probably,
[00:00:32.498]since today's Friday and share the link out to the group.
[00:00:35.418]I just wanted to let you know up front
[00:00:38.496]we have 100 slots in this particular room and so
[00:00:42.227]we'd love to have that many people with us,
[00:00:44.176]but just a heads up.
[00:00:45.809]But thank you we will be starting in about two minutes.
[00:00:47.717]We want to give everybody time to get online
[00:00:49.596]and it will be recorded.
[00:00:50.908]So welcome to Nebraska.
[00:00:52.537]And we'll talk to you about our rooms
[00:00:53.906]in just a minute or two.
[00:00:56.066]All right, well.
[00:00:58.277]It is 11:00 am, Noon Eastern,
[00:01:01.885]so we're gonna go ahead and get started.
[00:01:03.546]I know we have people entering into our virtual tour
[00:01:06.117]so I'd like to say welcome.
[00:01:07.827]And welcome to the University of Nebraska Lincoln.
[00:01:10.156]I am Marcia Dority Baker, an assistant director
[00:01:12.446]of academic technologies and ITS,
[00:01:14.856]which is the office of information technology services.
[00:01:18.613]And I said yes to hosting the virtual tour in March.
[00:01:21.515]And so you're seeing our campus during Spring break.
[00:01:24.094]We can actually get into the classrooms
[00:01:25.535]and we don't have to fight the students for the space.
[00:01:27.845]So I'd like to say welcome.
[00:01:29.125]It looks a little bit quiet, but I can tell you for sure
[00:01:31.378]that these rooms are highly used spaces.
[00:01:34.475]I'd also like to say a big thank you to everybody
[00:01:36.624]who is helping with the virtual tour today.
[00:01:38.526]We are using Zoom to provide our tour.
[00:01:41.054]And we're gonna make the recording available next week.
[00:01:43.686]But I enlisted help from our LET team,
[00:01:47.023]which is learning and emerging technology.
[00:01:49.004]In this team you'll meet the bulk of them,
[00:01:51.437]they'll be in front of the camera.
[00:01:52.635]We also have a number of people behind the camera
[00:01:54.336]helping out today to make this successful.
[00:01:56.835]They are LMS specialists, they're classroom support,
[00:02:00.397]they are the IT professionals that really make
[00:02:02.756]the learning spaces function as well
[00:02:04.817]as they do on our campus.
[00:02:06.187]And so thanks to them We can bring this to you today.
[00:02:09.426]University of Nebraska-Lincoln is undergoing some changes.
[00:02:12.166]And one of that is how do we provide more collaborative
[00:02:15.536]classroom or active learning spaces on campus?
[00:02:18.714]So today we have highlighted four spaces to show you.
[00:02:22.705]And these are not necessarily brand new buildings.
[00:02:25.465]We do a lot of reusing and repurposing of spaces.
[00:02:28.645]We are excited to show that off to you.
[00:02:31.094]But what it is, it is a collaboration effort,
[00:02:33.174]not just IT, but there are other stakeholders on campus
[00:02:36.756]such as our registrars office and academic affairs,
[00:02:39.844]facilities, space management and also
[00:02:42.846]our colleges and departments who come together
[00:02:45.667]to repurpose a space for the best use out there.
[00:02:48.964]And that's for our faculty to teach
[00:02:50.723]and our students to learn.
[00:02:52.096]So today you're gonna see very unique spaces
[00:02:54.296]that we have done just that.
[00:02:56.287]Now I'm standing in Brace Laboratory
[00:02:58.104]and I am with Brad.
[00:02:59.346]I'm gonna let him do his introduction.
[00:03:01.006]We're gonna tell you about this space, so Brad.
[00:03:04.475]I'm Brad Sar, I work for LET, my job in that department
[00:03:09.534]is to, once these spaces are built, also a little bit
[00:03:12.512]of input when we build them to pick furniture
[00:03:15.524]and decide what would work for collaboration really well.
[00:03:18.332]And once it is up and running then we can also
[00:03:20.142]provide support for what kind of, either equipment
[00:03:23.045]or software will work in a space and help the instructor
[00:03:26.104]just what they're teaching
[00:03:27.793]when they need help with that and ask us.
[00:03:29.980]So Brace was one of those places that
[00:03:32.829]we had a lot of input in early
[00:03:34.691]because it was a building that was gonna be
[00:03:36.748]sort of abandoned.
[00:03:37.646]They built a new building for the physical sciences
[00:03:40.208]and they moved out.
[00:03:41.831]And I wish we had more pictures of it
[00:03:43.238]before and Leona's gonna show you some
[00:03:44.455]of our little transition.
[00:03:47.415]It was not the prettiest building before, let's just say.
[00:03:51.305]And they've done a fantastic job redoing this place.
[00:03:54.825]And in the room we're in right now it's mathematics,
[00:03:58.236]is pretty much they almost own this room in a way.
[00:04:01.510]They have priority over the scheduling.
[00:04:04.511]They were changing how they were doing
[00:04:06.694]some of their classes to more collaborative style.
[00:04:09.683]And it's worked really well from their retention
[00:04:11.634]has gone way up and they've done some really
[00:04:14.333]cool things with that.
[00:04:15.382]So we had input when we worked with them before.
[00:04:18.931]You might, you can't tell them this,
[00:04:20.303]but there's only one screen in the space
[00:04:22.234]and for collaborative classrooms that we normally develop
[00:04:24.942]we usually have as many as we can sit in a room.
[00:04:27.751]They didn't care about that they wanted this stuff,
[00:04:29.679]the white board space back here because it's math,
[00:04:31.969]they do all these problems on the board.
[00:04:34.108]And when we would walk by during the day
[00:04:36.017]this classroom is just full of people up on the boards.
[00:04:38.752]They're not in their seats that often when you walk by,
[00:04:40.967]so they do use it a lot.
[00:04:43.657](coughs) Excuse me.
[00:04:45.419]So I think we'll have Larry pan real quick
[00:04:47.045]just to give you a shot of the room.
[00:04:49.741]And we'll explain that a little bit as he's doing that.
[00:04:52.564]So a couple weeks ago we actually got to meet
[00:04:54.259]with the TAs that teach math in this space
[00:04:58.027]and asked them what they like about the collaborative
[00:05:00.209]learning classroom versus your traditional classroom.
[00:05:03.077]And I know the white board was something
[00:05:04.589]that they all really appreciated.
[00:05:06.659]They loved that the students could go up
[00:05:08.508]and work on problems there.
[00:05:10.679]As you see as we're panning through the room
[00:05:12.926]we have smaller pods or tables with six chairs
[00:05:17.058]where student groups can work together for peer learning.
[00:05:20.628]Then they're also very close to a white board
[00:05:22.887]so that they can do their, they can show their
[00:05:26.997]problems that they've solved up on the board.
[00:05:29.800]It's also a very colorful room.
[00:05:31.272]I know as you were looking at it, Brad and I
[00:05:33.760]upfront it looked very white.
[00:05:35.329]And it's white because of all the wall talker.
[00:05:37.339]We have the white finish up here.
[00:05:41.221]But the chairs and the carpet and
[00:05:44.920]some of the other things in this room
[00:05:46.330]actually add some color to it.
[00:05:48.150]We also have a lot of natural light,
[00:05:49.459]that is the beauty of this room.
[00:05:51.731]It is an old building, it was built in 1905.
[00:05:54.820]Oh we have all the windows and I know natural light
[00:05:57.018]was a really
[00:05:59.072]high on the list item when the TAs were talking to us
[00:06:01.530]about being in this space, they're not stuck in a basement,
[00:06:04.317]they have windows they can see outside
[00:06:06.321]and they much appreciated that.
[00:06:09.108]And I was part of a tour earlier, I think it was last year,
[00:06:13.321]where a math representative was in explaining
[00:06:16.012]one of these rooms and I was kind of waiting
[00:06:17.100]to part of the tour group.
[00:06:18.608]And someone in the tour group asked the math person
[00:06:20.261]they said, "So since you guys aren't located
[00:06:22.089]"in this building, you're kind of across campus,
[00:06:24.690]"your instructors, do they not like having to walk
[00:06:26.880]"over here for the classes?"
[00:06:28.394]And the response from the math person was,
[00:06:30.228]"Well, they actually fight over these rooms
[00:06:31.845]"because they like them so much."
[00:06:33.049]So that wasn't a concern at all.
[00:06:35.387]We took that as a good compliment that they did
[00:06:37.188]a decent job in the room.
[00:06:39.127]There's also power on each one of these tables
[00:06:41.629]and those are plugged in, so
[00:06:44.098]these don't get moved around a lot in this space
[00:06:46.979]although there are times we have.
[00:06:49.747]It was like in the summer during Spring break vacation,
[00:06:51.614]we'll do training in some of these spaces.
[00:06:53.416]So then it's nice to be able to reposition things.
[00:06:55.526]So it's really nice to have things on wheels.
[00:06:59.287]I can't think of much else about this room.
[00:07:00.945]I was gonna say that technology in this particular space
[00:07:03.595]is kind of low tech in that there's high flex
[00:07:06.395]and high tech spaces.
[00:07:07.925]Because math wanted so much wall access.
[00:07:12.317]You will maybe notice that there's outlets
[00:07:14.395]and cleats up there.
[00:07:16.157]Initially they thought about putting displays in
[00:07:18.025]and then they mixed (audio skips) writing on the board.
[00:07:22.806]We do have a single podium.
[00:07:25.706]And some other, well we're gonna show you another
[00:07:28.057]room here in just a minute.
[00:07:30.165]On the first floor we have life sciences
[00:07:32.615]and they have lab spaces down there.
[00:07:34.617]So these are kind of octagonal shaped rooms,
[00:07:37.267]not rooms, tables, lab tables where they have
[00:07:40.474]gas and water at the table.
[00:07:42.317]They also have HDMI hookups that connect to screens.
[00:07:44.685]And those do have four screens in every room down there.
[00:07:48.557]And those get used pretty regular as well.
[00:07:51.983]You walk in and there's plants and animals
[00:07:53.387]and computers and it's a really interesting space.
[00:07:58.012]It's collaborative because it's a lab.
[00:08:00.097]And it's based on some designs that were done
[00:08:01.868]over in our life sciences area and they just
[00:08:04.956]needed more space, kind of like the math department.
[00:08:07.681]And that was a big reason why this building was
[00:08:09.968]reconfigured to be a classroom building.
[00:08:12.316]Now we do have another large collaborative
[00:08:14.308]learning classroom on the first floor of Brace.
[00:08:17.447]We're not able to show that to you today,
[00:08:19.046]we actually have a class going on in there.
[00:08:21.127]Some of our staff are doing AMX programmer training,
[00:08:23.844]but it seats 60?
80, excuse me,
[00:08:26.816]80 people and it has the rectangle tables
[00:08:30.017]and the chairs that match in this room
[00:08:31.756]and that's one of those where you can mix and match
[00:08:34.958]the space it has the dual projection.
[00:08:38.356]So that you can kind of divide the room up in two
[00:08:40.617]if you really wanted to.
[00:08:41.923]But it's used as well for not just math
[00:08:44.480]but other classes on campus.
[00:08:46.162]And that one does get, that one gets mixed up a lot
[00:08:48.332]more, they do reconfigure that room a lot more
[00:08:50.372]because the different classes that are in there.
[00:08:52.453]So and one of the interesting things we found out
[00:08:54.000]this week because we were prepping for this,
[00:08:57.448]this event and some of the other things
[00:08:58.791]that are happening in our building is
[00:09:00.480]just because you can let people move furniture
[00:09:03.052]and maybe lock the rooms and set up equipment
[00:09:06.282]and that kind of thing, you need to talk to
[00:09:07.972]the other people on campus.
[00:09:09.419]So we learned that our facilities group,
[00:09:11.672]our custodial at night when they go through there
[00:09:13.742]unlocking the room and setting it up how it should be.
[00:09:16.183]So just something to note as we're talking about
[00:09:18.145]collaborative spaces on campus.
[00:09:19.402]And it's okay to move the furniture.
[00:09:21.002]It seems like there's always somebody who
[00:09:22.962]just thinks you should put it back.
[00:09:24.214]So that's another conversation to have.
[00:09:27.563]All right, anything else for this room?
[00:09:29.935]I think we're good
[00:09:30.768]on this one.
[00:09:32.054]We want to take questions now we can do that.
[00:09:33.613]If you have any questions about this particular room
[00:09:36.223]or how math is using a collaborative space
[00:09:38.944]by all means go ahead and enter that into the chat room
[00:09:42.784]and we'll try to answer that to the best of our ability.
[00:09:47.540]And then if you don't have a question now that's okay,
[00:09:49.471]go ahead and throw it in there.
[00:09:50.342]We're gonna leave time at the end for some Q&A.
[00:09:52.853]Like I said we have the four different stops.
[00:09:54.990]So if you have something to ask by all means
[00:09:57.161]throw it in there, we'll get to it.
[00:09:59.293]All right, well we're gonna transition to another room
[00:10:01.862]and this space, while we're doing that, Leona
[00:10:03.672]who is doing our production,
[00:10:05.800]you'll probably see her popping in and out
[00:10:07.412]in between segments.
[00:10:08.753]She's going to show you what Brace looks like
[00:10:12.053]and give you an idea about before and after
[00:10:14.490]in some of the spaces.
[00:10:15.532]So she'll show you that and we'll catch up
[00:10:17.332]with Brad in another space.
[00:10:23.381]Brace was built back in 1905.
[00:10:27.118]It had an eight million dollar renovation done to it.
[00:10:33.043]now looks a little bit like this.
[00:10:36.336]They completely redid everything
[00:10:38.933]including the HVAC and everything in the whole building,
[00:10:41.715]the electrical, everything had to go.
[00:10:43.674]And while they were doing that they uncovered
[00:10:45.293]some wonderful features like this cast iron art
[00:10:47.943]above the doorway that they didn't even know was there.
[00:10:50.614]All this stuff was renovated and put back in place.
[00:10:53.331]And they kept the original design and the look.
[00:10:55.545]And the whole building, although it's been completely redone
[00:10:58.996]has this wonderful look of being old fashioned,
[00:11:01.333]the original lighting, the woodwork is still there.
[00:11:03.965]So the whole building's been completely renovated.
[00:11:06.924]This also includes a auditorium that seats,
[00:11:10.426]I believe it's like 180, 186 seats.
[00:11:13.713]This auditorium's been completely redone
[00:11:16.093]and looks something like this today.
[00:11:18.855]So the technology's been integrated in every room
[00:11:21.624]and every aspect and it's now looking pretty awesome
[00:11:25.205]and still had the character of the original building.
[00:11:29.455]And with that we're gonna go back in and see
[00:11:31.823]if Brad's ready to go.
[00:11:33.904]So I'll stop sharing here.
[00:11:40.143]So this is a room that we've designed to be a
[00:11:42.235]experimental classroom space, which means we won't
[00:11:45.596]keep it the same all the time.
[00:11:48.083]We opened this in 2014.
[00:11:50.315]And at the moment the furniture that's in here
[00:11:52.605]has been provided by vendors.
[00:11:54.736]So we have a good mix, we have about five
[00:11:56.994]or six different styles of chairs in the space
[00:12:00.163]basically personal desks for students who come in.
[00:12:02.923]Everything on here is in wheels except
[00:12:04.163]for a few chairs in the back.
[00:12:06.055]And we have carpet in here so there's a nice sound
[00:12:08.354]which works really well.
[00:12:09.854]There's four screens in the space
[00:12:12.316]and we have some white board in here,
[00:12:14.193]but just on two walls.
[00:12:15.834]So, (coughs) excuse me.
[00:12:18.804]We've had about a dozen faculty use this sort of
[00:12:20.974]last couple years.
[00:12:23.444]We have journalism professors,
[00:12:24.713]we have professors from digital humanities, from English.
[00:12:28.094]Even a computer programming class comes in
[00:12:30.242]and does teaching here.
[00:12:31.501]So we have a pretty good range of people that use it.
[00:12:35.288]We do surveys of the classes about the professor
[00:12:38.083]and the students.
[00:12:39.342]We ask the students specifically about each of these chairs.
[00:12:42.103]So we put up a picture in the survey
[00:12:43.882]and ask them a bunch of questions about comfort,
[00:12:45.951]desks, space, whatever.
[00:12:47.852]And we get a pretty good feel of what they like
[00:12:50.012]and what they don't like.
[00:12:53.676]Well let me show you one of these real quick.
[00:12:55.279]I'll have Larry pan, hope that I won't
[00:12:57.201]get out of range here too much.
[00:12:59.212]So this is the chair they basically like the best.
[00:13:04.228]And this is the steel case no chair.
[00:13:07.601]It's way more comfortable than it looks.
[00:13:10.001]It's pretty good, so.
[00:13:12.163]You can kind of see the desks up here they like a lot.
[00:13:14.892]It's got plenty of space on it for a desk
[00:13:17.272]that slides out of the way.
[00:13:19.070]And it's pretty comfortable.
[00:13:20.729]But below in a minute you'll see it on the shot there,
[00:13:22.711]there is kind of a saucer shaped thing to hold your desk
[00:13:26.220]or your back pack if you want.
[00:13:28.481]That doesn't get used much.
[00:13:30.472]So if you're looking to buy this kind of a chair,
[00:13:32.783]at the moment they're just doing five point
[00:13:36.385]wheels on the bottom of that, that would work better.
[00:13:39.466]Most students just put their back pack right down
[00:13:40.966]right next to them, they just don't use it.
[00:13:43.065]Some of these chairs in the back you can see they
[00:13:45.187]have a lot of cushion on them.
[00:13:47.715]We do use this space for our office meetings once in awhile.
[00:13:50.974]And our staff fills this up right away,
[00:13:52.312]so if you want a good chair you come early.
[00:13:54.623]And it's interesting the students will say
[00:13:56.704]they like this better, that's like their favorite chair,
[00:13:59.462]but they say use this chair for the classroom.
[00:14:01.781]So they're pretty sophisticated in response to that
[00:14:05.441]which was somehow kind of interesting.
[00:14:09.290]That's kind of it on the chairs.
[00:14:10.352]You can kind of see some of the other chairs
[00:14:12.074]that are in the space.
[00:14:16.007]on the rest of the survey what we asked
[00:14:18.473]is what they think of the learning in here.
[00:14:20.549]So do they like it compared to a standard classroom?
[00:14:24.598]And the responses there are very positive.
[00:14:28.160]And when we
[00:14:29.868]had to combine all the classes together
[00:14:32.887]and we do a standard one through five,
[00:14:35.316]five being they like it the most and one being
[00:14:37.757]they like it the least.
[00:14:40.506]It's 90% in the four and five of response
[00:14:43.405]that they like this space.
[00:14:45.048]One of the things that brings the space down
[00:14:47.285]on what they liked about it is that it's too small.
[00:14:49.625]It's a 24 seat room and we don't recommend people
[00:14:53.245]bring 24 students in here unless they really want to.
[00:14:56.597]We recommend 20 or less 'cause it just gets too crowded
[00:14:58.856]and the students notice that because it's just
[00:15:00.948]harder to move things around.
[00:15:02.283]So we're a little tight with that.
[00:15:05.337]The faculty feel the same way they really
[00:15:06.706]like the space, too.
[00:15:09.256]And again the size is really the only negative comment
[00:15:11.867]we tend to hear about it.
[00:15:13.417]So it is one of our smaller class,
[00:15:15.356]I think it's one of our smallest collaborative one anywhere.
[00:15:18.668]And then on the technologies we have a
[00:15:20.816]kind of standard teaching station up here,
[00:15:23.066]this is very recent to the one across the hall.
[00:15:25.997]This one does have the touch panel in our case.
[00:15:27.984]The other one has more of a just a button to push,
[00:15:30.257]they're different things.
[00:15:31.865]Mostly because we have the four screens in there.
[00:15:34.686]So again the professor can come in with their laptop
[00:15:37.705]and plug in, we do have a Dell computer down here
[00:15:40.117]that they can use.
[00:15:41.635]Each one of these screens also has a Apple TV
[00:15:44.444]plugged into it and out of the back.
[00:15:46.444]So if they have a Mac
[00:15:48.464]they can just use wireless connect and get on those.
[00:15:52.212]That makes it really handy 'cause the students
[00:15:54.365]can each grab the screen if they want
[00:15:55.956]and get together in groups and work around the screen.
[00:15:58.664]If they don't have an Apple TV we do have
[00:16:00.437]wall plates below each studio where they can plug in
[00:16:03.307]and we have HDMI hook up there as well.
[00:16:06.026]And the audio if they need it,
[00:16:07.277]so they can plug right in and just sit right next to it
[00:16:09.058]with a cable and we provide those cables for them.
[00:16:13.477]We'll probably experiment with them,
[00:16:17.495]Microsoft has the small gadget that does
[00:16:18.948]similar things to the Apple TV.
[00:16:21.180]And they're only like $40, $50,
[00:16:23.589]so we'll probably get those, too.
[00:16:25.778]So the space will continue to evolve as we go
[00:16:28.918]and we'll try different things based on the
[00:16:31.948]survey information we get back to see
[00:16:33.988]what students think of it.
[00:16:36.058]I think we're on track here,
[00:16:37.489]so we're gonna go ahead and--
Brad, there's a
[00:16:39.470]there's a couple questions in the chat box.
[00:16:42.918]What type of podium are you using?
[00:16:46.210]If you know.
I don't know.
[00:16:49.742]by Spectrum Technologies.
[00:16:51.048]There you go, Larry said it's Spectrum Technology.
[00:16:54.028]And we can probably get a more specific answer
[00:16:55.718]to that before the end of this.
[00:16:57.428]And then, are these spaces flex space?
[00:17:00.348]Do you or Larry know, are they flex space?
[00:17:05.899]The furniture is highly
[00:17:08.818]programmable, yes, the
[00:17:12.218]individual screens that are available.
[00:17:15.126]So they can be carved off into
[00:17:19.056]separate study units if required
[00:17:21.236]or used as a group study area.
[00:17:23.784]They can also be used for standard lecture,
[00:17:25.404]but would be really a waste of the space itself.
[00:17:31.026]Yes, they are about as flexible as a room
[00:17:33.746]as you would hope for.
[00:17:37.144]And can you do a little clarification
[00:17:38.784]on the Apple TV support?
Do they bring their own
[00:17:42.790]or do you supply them?
[00:17:46.885]They'd have to have their own Mac.
[00:17:48.685]And a lot of the professors that teach here
[00:17:50.047]have their own Apple, their Mac laptop.
[00:17:52.758]So for them they just come in and use,
[00:17:55.445]and I'm forgetting the name Apple uses,
[00:17:58.708]it can actually just flip to Apple TV easily.
[00:18:02.077]And it's open, so anybody can get on it.
[00:18:03.996]They just have to be on our network.
[00:18:05.697]And we'll do that, all of our faculty
[00:18:08.245]and students are on our network so that's no problem.
[00:18:10.686]And on each TV which we switch over,
[00:18:13.107]which I can try to do with this one real quick.
[00:18:18.717]Let's see if our Apple TV is on.
[00:18:21.878]There we go.
[00:18:22.909]So I don't know if you can see on the screen very well,
[00:18:24.708]but that switches to a menu and it tells them
[00:18:27.179]which the name of that Apple TV so they know
[00:18:30.524]they're tapped into the proper screen.
[00:18:32.706]And then once they connect a code will come up
[00:18:35.164]on the screen, so someone outside in a different building
[00:18:37.974]is on our network, they could grab that screen
[00:18:41.024]and put whatever they wanted on there.
[00:18:42.566]So we have it set up where they have to be able
[00:18:44.153]to see that code, then enter that code,
[00:18:45.324]then it lets them on and they're ready to go.
[00:18:50.553]Those also can be maintained by our enterprise group.
[00:18:54.184]We have them rare distribute them,
[00:18:55.057]so when updates happen they just happen automatically.
[00:19:02.087]Okay, thank you Brad.
[00:19:04.019]I think we're ready to move on over
[00:19:05.839]into the learning commons.
[00:19:07.600]So, if Keith you want to turn on your microphone over there,
[00:19:11.368]we'll move over to the learning commons next.
[00:19:15.125]Go ahead, Regina.
[00:19:16.445]All right, can you hear me?
[00:19:18.236]Yes we can.
[00:19:19.475]Very good, okay.
[00:19:22.865]Again my name is Regina Flowers.
[00:19:24.636]I work for University Libraries.
[00:19:26.575]And I am the Adele Hall Learning Commons manager.
[00:19:31.280]I will just give a warning this is an active space,
[00:19:34.602]so I want to apologize in advance for any sounds
[00:19:37.623]you might hear, there have been lots of tutors
[00:19:39.016]going through today.
[00:19:41.578]The space that we were in is the first floor
[00:19:44.315]of the north building of Love library.
[00:19:46.655]And in September, 2013 the board of region approved
[00:19:50.457]the development of a learning commons
[00:19:52.335]as a priority to the campus master plan.
[00:19:55.365]Prior to that this was library staffed.
[00:19:57.475]So we were following the trend in libraries
[00:19:59.994]converting stacked space to common spaces.
[00:20:02.615]And in just two years, in January, 2016
[00:20:05.694]we opened the Adele Hall Learning Commons
[00:20:08.005]here in Love Library.
[00:20:10.394]This space is 29,000 square feet.
[00:20:12.925]It is a technology rich space, 24/7 facility.
[00:20:16.924]And we have both spaces for collaborative
[00:20:18.475]and individual study.
[00:20:20.535]But learning spaces and emerging technology
[00:20:22.694]key was heavily involved in the planning
[00:20:24.664]of the learning commons and many different heights.
[00:20:28.152]Within this facility we have the digital learning center
[00:20:31.066]that is online assessment.
[00:20:33.755]We have a one button studio, very high activity
[00:20:37.257]for our patrons using the space.
[00:20:40.136]We also have a shared surface point,
[00:20:41.657]our Ask Us desk features library, faculty and staff
[00:20:45.726]as well as Husker tech.
[00:20:47.395]We want this space to be a one stop shop for
[00:20:50.685]any students or faculty using this space.
[00:20:52.907]You can get library research help,
[00:20:55.075]technology help, material, equipment to check out
[00:20:58.393]all in the same space.
[00:21:00.358]The other big major feature of this space
[00:21:02.996]is our study room.
[00:21:04.497]So that's what we're in front of right here.
[00:21:06.877]We have 15 reservable study rooms,
[00:21:09.117]11 that are small sized that seat four,
[00:21:11.355]like the one we're standing in front of.
[00:21:13.227]We also have four large study rooms that seat up to 10.
[00:21:17.378]These spaces are highly used.
[00:21:19.558]In 2016 in our first full year we had over 30,000
[00:21:23.656]study room reservations in these spaces.
[00:21:26.196]So we do have a reservation policy that we follow.
[00:21:28.915]And it follows a two, two, two system.
[00:21:32.465]So our rooms are available for two or more people,
[00:21:35.135]up to two hours a day.
[00:21:36.955]And the students can reserve them online
[00:21:39.480]up to two weeks in advance.
[00:21:42.124]We also have walk up reservations
[00:21:44.384]for rooms that are currently available,
[00:21:46.923]you can reserve up to an hour.
[00:21:49.094]I will let my partner here talk a little bit more
[00:21:52.347]about that, so I'll let Keith introduce himself.
[00:21:57.525]All right, thanks Regina.
[00:21:58.535]My name is Keith Derrikson I am the economic
[00:22:01.086]technology support manager for ITS.
[00:22:05.127]As Regina mentioned we are in front of one
[00:22:07.184]of the study rooms here.
[00:22:09.585]I'll just give you a quick overview of the technology
[00:22:13.382]available in each of the study rooms.
[00:22:16.295]We are utilizing AMX control systems across campus
[00:22:20.957]as a matter of fact.
[00:22:22.687]Each study room has a key pad below the TV
[00:22:25.926]that controls power to the TV as well as source selection.
[00:22:31.017]As Regina mentioned we have walk up scheduling capability.
[00:22:34.703]This panel not only shows if the room is available,
[00:22:38.174]but also you can scroll through and see
[00:22:41.544]when the room's available throughout the day.
[00:22:44.876]We have three different wireless connectivity
[00:22:48.376]capabilities in these rooms.
[00:22:51.015]Each room has Apple TV, Microsoft wireless display adapter
[00:22:55.656]and an AMX product called Enzo.
[00:22:59.905]We chose along with what the library's input
[00:23:02.535]to offer all three,
[00:23:04.875]we felt that Apple TV and the Microsoft products
[00:23:09.574]are great because they support native
[00:23:12.833]implementation from the perspective drawbacks.
[00:23:16.090]So of course if you're in an Apple IOS or FOS user
[00:23:20.811]it's very simple and straight forward to use
[00:23:23.494]Apple TV technology as well as a Microsoft adapter.
[00:23:29.374]A lot of Microsoft and other internal products
[00:23:32.904]support that technology you may need.
[00:23:36.185]The Enzo product from AMX is kind of a catch all
[00:23:38.856]from that last percentage that may not
[00:23:40.994](door thuds loudly) for those other technologies.
[00:23:43.926]It's a little bit more cumbersome it requires
[00:23:48.245]a app download.
[00:23:51.084]But that's a cross platform app that can be downloaded.
[00:23:54.585]So we have all three of those technologies available
[00:23:58.335]as well as hard wired HDMI port.
[00:24:02.424]Cables can be checked out from the Ask Us desk.
[00:24:05.381](digital audio muffles)
[00:24:09.355]We are using RMS, which is an AMX
[00:24:12.110]resource management suite.
[00:24:13.741]That's the enterprise technology that allows us
[00:24:16.492]to pull down that EMS scheduling data down to the rooms.
[00:24:21.972]That allows us to provide that
[00:24:23.992]walk up reservation system as well.
[00:24:27.011]So to give you a kind of a better idea
[00:24:28.720]of what we have on the panel
[00:24:30.372]I'm going to switch to a little screen share here
[00:24:35.240]where we can kind of give you a better idea
[00:24:37.201]of what students see when they come,
[00:24:40.682]come to their room to reserve the spaces.
[00:24:47.961]So as you can see this portion over here
[00:24:50.472]is sort of the daily calendar.
[00:24:53.093]The users can scroll up and down to see
[00:24:56.680]when the room might be available next.
[00:24:59.771]You'll notice the walk up reservation
[00:25:02.392]was used here previously,
[00:25:05.820]so the way the walk up system works,
[00:25:07.859]as Regina mentioned along with their
[00:25:09.400]two, two, two strategy for online reservations,
[00:25:13.521]walk up reservations are allowed up to one hour.
[00:25:18.711]Up to the next meeting, so one hour or 15 minute increments
[00:25:23.999]up to the next meeting.
[00:25:25.859]And as you can see when the room is in use
[00:25:28.051]it shows the time for when it's booked.
[00:25:30.568]And this is actually a button so when the room
[00:25:33.070]is available it's green.
[00:25:35.038]When the room is not available it's red.
[00:25:37.821]And these panels that are mounted on the glass walls
[00:25:41.110]also feature indicator lights on the edges,
[00:25:44.758]so when you're quickly by the room,
[00:25:46.579]you'd be able to tell red or green
[00:25:48.270]if the room is open or not.
[00:25:52.011]Here again is the key pad that's below each display.
[00:25:56.272]This is an AMX product called a Massio key pad.
[00:26:01.229]It's a freely programmable control so we have
[00:26:04.910]this integrated to our resource management suite
[00:26:07.952]that again pulls down that scheduling data.
[00:26:10.709]You can see that we have all four source selections
[00:26:13.400]as well as volume control and of course
[00:26:16.050]on, off for the display.
[00:26:19.579]At this point I'm gonna turn it back to Regina
[00:26:21.998]who's gonna give us a walk through
[00:26:24.571]of some other photos from the learning conference.
[00:26:27.909]Great so here is actually the exact same study room
[00:26:31.981]that we were standing in front of.
[00:26:33.351]You can see it in use by students.
[00:26:35.889]All of the white panels, we are also using
[00:26:38.251]the wall talker, so that is white board surfaces.
[00:26:43.072]Here is that shared service point that we talked about.
[00:26:45.693]So on the right we have library staff and faculty
[00:26:49.070]and then on the left we have Husker tag.
[00:26:55.199]Here is the one button studio.
[00:26:57.102]I think you'll hear a little bit more information about
[00:27:00.043]one button studio when you go over to Hensley
[00:27:01.840]'cause we do have two on campus.
[00:27:03.581]One of which is here in the learning commons
[00:27:05.662]and it's our space, it's 24/7.
[00:27:08.463]This studio is available 24 hours a day
[00:27:11.543]and it reserves through our same reservation
[00:27:13.493]software for our study rooms.
[00:27:16.062]Hey Regina, quick question we have
[00:27:17.339]about your one button studio.
Is it mostly walk,
[00:27:19.886]is it mostly walk up usage?
[00:27:22.220]Do users tend to book in advance?
[00:27:24.710]And how does it break down between students and faculty?
[00:27:28.841]Sure, you know, Brad may have some
[00:27:30.870]more statistics on the use between faculty and staff.
[00:27:34.971]We used to have more walk up reservations,
[00:27:37.862]but we did see some misuse of the studio,
[00:27:40.062]so we did push it to online reservations for this space
[00:27:44.140]and adjusted our study room availability map
[00:27:47.022]so that this room doesn't show as a study room.
[00:27:49.951]When all the other rooms were booked
[00:27:51.389]and you'd have this one green studio showing,
[00:27:54.300]people would come in and use it just as
[00:27:56.001]a quiet space to study.
[00:27:57.541]So we did some tweaks to our processes there
[00:28:00.881]to make sure that this space is being used
[00:28:03.932]for video production in here.
[00:28:07.354]Yeah, we see quite a bit of high usage.
[00:28:09.153]We see classes using this.
[00:28:12.363]People are using it for speeches, modern languages
[00:28:15.580]we see using the space for videos as well.
[00:28:22.531]All right, so here we have an image showing you this
[00:28:24.824]two year process.
[00:28:26.682]On the left you can see all of the books that were housed
[00:28:29.143]in this space before construction started.
[00:28:31.582]And then on the right you can see one of
[00:28:33.764]our study quadrants here in the learning common.
[00:28:36.170]So it was quite a significant change in two years.
[00:28:43.522]Here's another study quadrant.
[00:28:44.941]This space has real mobile furniture
[00:28:47.002]so all of the chairs are on sleds and then the
[00:28:50.572]table and task chairs are on wheels,
[00:28:52.311]letting students manipulate this space
[00:28:54.653]to suite their needs.
[00:28:55.823]It's also a space that we use for programming,
[00:28:58.201]'cause it's very easy to rearrange.
[00:29:04.202]And here is our quiet reading room in the learning commons.
[00:29:07.490]This has more traditional library furniture
[00:29:09.508]for individual study.
[00:29:11.889]Again, highly used, highly popular space
[00:29:14.619]in the learning commons.
[00:29:15.868]We have a variety of seating options in this space
[00:29:19.291]to accommodate quiet as well as collaborative study.
[00:29:26.950]Okay with that we will throw it back
[00:29:29.461]to any other questions you may have for us
[00:29:33.627]while we're still here in the learning commons.
[00:29:36.119]If not we'll turn it over to Greg and Marcia
[00:29:39.730]who are over in Manter Hall to talk about
[00:29:42.699]one of our biology labs.
[00:29:46.078]All right well Leona,
[00:29:46.948]do we have more questions in the chat room?
[00:29:49.078]No we're caught up.
[00:29:50.428]So let's go ahead and we'll go to Marcia.
[00:29:53.699]All right and thank you so much everybody
[00:29:55.118]who's in the chat room.
[00:29:56.439]We're having fun responding to the questions as we can.
[00:29:59.620]Yes the recording will be made available.
[00:30:02.259]Next week we'll have that link for you.
[00:30:04.499]We're also going to include the chat room transcript
[00:30:06.546]so you can see what the conversation was.
[00:30:09.619]We appreciate your questions.
[00:30:11.047]So if we don't get to it today
[00:30:12.089]we will sure follow up.
[00:30:13.247]But welcome back, I'm Marcia
[00:30:15.917]and I would like to introduce you to Greg
[00:30:18.529]and this space that we're in.
[00:30:20.509]So can you tell me your responsibility on the project,
[00:30:25.442]who you are
[00:30:26.275]what you are doing at UNL, anything?
[00:30:27.737]Welcome everybody to the University of Nebraska
[00:30:29.275]my name Greg Carstens I'm the audio visual design engineer
[00:30:32.971]for this space I think not only for our Brace project
[00:30:36.226]but for the learning commons, that was a lot of fun as well.
[00:30:39.125]Where we're at in Manter Hall is a project
[00:30:41.386]that's part of our biology department.
[00:30:43.436]It's a four story building.
[00:30:44.596]We have some pictures to go along with this,
[00:30:46.716]but we're in one of the 10 teaching labs
[00:30:49.887]that were remodeled a year ago
[00:30:52.166]as part of a 45 million dollar project.
[00:30:54.755]The building was in fairly desperate need of update.
[00:30:57.335]It was originally built in 1963.
[00:31:00.115]And we'll show some before, couple of before pictures
[00:31:03.161]of our gross anatomy lab.
[00:31:05.141]And it's also on this floor.
[00:31:07.115]Where we're at now is in one of the teaching labs
[00:31:09.950]and this is really a trifecta.
[00:31:12.168]We had a really good time working with the
[00:31:14.179]biology department staff in developing both
[00:31:17.859]their goals for back of usage space
[00:31:20.258]from a laboratory perspective, they also wanted
[00:31:22.630]to use it for instructional space but then
[00:31:24.573]with the trend of collaborative education
[00:31:27.310]moving so fastly forward we're gonna include
[00:31:29.321]that feature set as well.
[00:31:30.490]So what you're really seeing is a really,
[00:31:34.130]combination of all of those different features.
[00:31:36.397]All right so let's--
[00:31:37.587]Should we show them what the room looks like?
[00:31:39.860]So just kind of stepping back out of the
[00:31:41.483]frame here a little bit.
[00:31:43.347]We have four different collaborative spaces
[00:31:45.583]that students can group in,
[00:31:48.224]from six to eight people or less.
[00:31:51.643]In each of the different laboratory type settings
[00:31:53.544]are the set ups that we have now.
[00:31:57.262]As Bob's moving around to the west side of the room here
[00:32:00.374]on your left is the lab space, lab cabinets and so on.
[00:32:05.003]All of the surfaces are chemical resistant.
[00:32:08.965]Then there's storage, or course you can see
[00:32:10.773]above the countertops on the left.
[00:32:12.660]And then on the east side this unique feature
[00:32:14.236]behind the white boards we have storage space
[00:32:17.214]behind there as well.
[00:32:19.754]Then as Bob maybe keeps coming around,
[00:32:21.794]we'll ask Bob to keep spinning,
[00:32:23.213]this is our instructor's desk.
[00:32:26.594]Here where the faculty have the ability to
[00:32:30.363]use either a document camera or bring their laptop.
[00:32:33.441]There's an in room PC.
[00:32:35.473]There's also a digital microscope
[00:32:37.165]so if the faculty is looking at a slide
[00:32:39.322]of something very interesting they can then
[00:32:41.523]actually through their PC broadcast that
[00:32:43.891]to the rest of the room.
[00:32:46.871]One thing we can show then, Bob if you want to
[00:32:49.103]spin back around to the displays,
[00:32:51.715]we'll actually show one of the neatest features
[00:32:54.263]I think of the room, at least from
[00:32:56.253]a technology perspective.
[00:32:58.402]So if the faculty are in a lab mode as they're in now,
[00:33:02.782]but need to switch to an instructional mode
[00:33:05.123]and they wanted to use a PC, this is how they do it.
[00:33:08.155]With a single click of a button,
[00:33:11.232]they now as the displays are lowered into place
[00:33:18.239]the matrix switch system takes over
[00:33:20.640]and we can display the instructor's technology
[00:33:23.930]directly to the students right where they're sitting
[00:33:25.821]they don't have to move.
[00:33:27.270]They all have good line of sight.
[00:33:29.831]Greg, we have a question about
[00:33:30.930]what kind of camera you're using to record right now.
[00:33:34.738]The camera here in the space that
[00:33:36.488]we're showing the view with?
[00:33:39.229]Oh, ironically it's just a fairly inexpensive Logitech
[00:33:42.966]webcam, USB 2.0 web cam.
[00:33:49.808]So we do have a matrix system in the room.
[00:33:51.886]One of the neat features below each of the displays,
[00:33:53.904]it's a little hard to tell from this distance,
[00:33:55.824]but there is an HDMI port input into the system
[00:33:58.805]so the groups can work locally where they're at.
[00:34:02.706]And if the faculty finds the work that they're doing
[00:34:04.515]is worthy of being shared with the rest of the group
[00:34:08.346]they can, through a click on a very simple iPad interface
[00:34:12.534]to the system, project that image then
[00:34:15.065]to all four of the displays simultaneously.
[00:34:18.138]So tell me a little bit the lifts themselves.
[00:34:21.183]I know that they wanted the lift to get
[00:34:22.642]the display out of the way so that we don't ruin displays
[00:34:26.431]during experiments at the tables.
[00:34:29.050]What did you use to make this happen?
[00:34:32.658]So the lifts were an interesting feature.
[00:34:34.573]One of the original designs that the architects
[00:34:36.692]were envisioning was more of a sliding
[00:34:38.862]similar to how the white boards move back and forth.
[00:34:41.280]They thought they could slide them in and out of the way.
[00:34:44.163]After having worked with similar technology elsewhere
[00:34:47.361]I offered, looking at something that would lift
[00:34:49.628]the units out of the way.
[00:34:51.361]The lifts themselves are made by Firgelli Automation
[00:34:53.842]out of Canada.
[00:34:55.289]They're about $800 is all they are.
[00:34:57.280]They have a sole range of almost 54 inches,
[00:35:01.003]we're only using right now close
[00:35:03.780]to 48 inches of that travel.
[00:35:06.290]So we actually modified the lifts by adding some limit
[00:35:08.442]switches so that they would only come down
[00:35:10.032]as far as we needed them to.
[00:35:11.990]So that in the future if the faculty decide
[00:35:13.762]they want them lower we can actually accommodate that.
[00:35:17.248]That was a fun part of the project.
[00:35:18.960]Yeah, this has been pretty popular.
[00:35:20.579]You have lifts like this elsewhere on campus, right?
[00:35:22.551]You have them in this building.
[00:35:23.901]We're gonna be using them
[00:35:24.941]in our vet diagnostics facility
[00:35:26.632]in a similar lab combination training classroom.
[00:35:29.911]That's an active training room for our
[00:35:32.561]veterinary tech classes on each campus.
[00:35:36.131]They'll be using those as well.
[00:35:38.720]Yeah, it's becoming very popular.
[00:35:41.411]It's a way to dual purpose a space
[00:35:44.731]without having to worry about risking
[00:35:46.882]the welfare of the electronics.
[00:35:50.097]So in your work with this project to make
[00:35:53.031]the collaboration happen, I know faculty were involved
[00:35:56.081]and talking about what they could do in the space.
[00:35:59.591]So the department got really involved
[00:36:01.201]in being able to remodel
[00:36:02.772]this building and make it something
[00:36:04.110]for the 21st century.
[00:36:05.619]What were some key takeaways in working
[00:36:07.749]with the different groups?
[00:36:08.899]So our faculty were very well involved
[00:36:11.560]in the discussions on how to,
[00:36:15.989]how they want to use the space.
[00:36:17.580]And so we were trying to apply technology.
[00:36:19.380]We actually did several beta tests.
[00:36:21.501]We brought in one of these lifts all by itself
[00:36:23.751]We set it up in a neighboring building
[00:36:24.967]while this space was actually being,
[00:36:26.311]the entire floor was vetted.
[00:36:28.329]We actually built out a temporary or beta system
[00:36:31.308]so that they could see it and talk and discuss.
[00:36:35.259]So that process of having that really intimate
[00:36:38.519]discussion with the faculty from the technology perspective
[00:36:41.981]was very instrumental in achieving our goal.
[00:36:44.971]Our goal is their goals.
[00:36:46.590]We wanted to have a successful project and make them happy,
[00:36:49.124]they want to be able to have better learning
[00:36:51.696]through the use of technology.
[00:36:54.137]And we'll talk about our anatomy lab
[00:36:55.556]and show some pictures in just a little bit.
[00:36:58.194]That space went from having, a very similar footprint
[00:37:01.135]to what they had to what they have now.
[00:37:03.123]Went from having 25 active students on a typical class
[00:37:05.785]to having 60 and they feel like they have
[00:37:08.635]more productivity because of the innovation
[00:37:11.644]of technology in the classroom,
[00:37:13.366]using products like clicker for quick quizzes
[00:37:17.125]to that it can re-enforce the learning knowledge
[00:37:20.333]that may have occurred in the previous hour,
[00:37:21.874]hour and a half.
[00:37:22.707]They take a quick four or five question test, quiz
[00:37:25.685]and depending on the students' responses,
[00:37:27.955]well maybe they've got it or they need
[00:37:29.145]to re-enforce it a little bit.
[00:37:30.674]They can go back over it.
[00:37:31.725]So they got very good response rates from the student base.
[00:37:35.163]So I know we're gonna see some pictures
[00:37:36.505]of the anatomy lab.
[00:37:37.393]We were not able to get into the space
[00:37:39.184]for our tour today and it's an awesome space.
[00:37:41.444]So we want to show you pictures.
[00:37:42.331]Before we do that, you've been holding onto something.
You want to mention
[00:37:45.692]what this is and why we decided to go with this product
[00:37:49.601]in this building?
[00:37:50.843]Sure, so I'm gonna kind of squeeze in here
[00:37:52.863]just a little bit and we'll have a little more of a still.
[00:37:56.242]This is a Heckler frame with a iPad Preair,
[00:38:01.304]the mini format.
[00:38:02.874]We use this with our AMX technology using AMX as
[00:38:07.904]to actually control the space.
[00:38:09.413]It's worked out very well.
[00:38:11.381]What this enables is the faculty to move about
[00:38:13.413]the classroom without having to go back to
[00:38:15.349]the actual instructor's table if they want to make
[00:38:17.381]a change during a group collaboration time.
[00:38:20.760]What's unique about this, or not unique rather,
[00:38:25.043]we use the same user interface throughout most
[00:38:27.209]all of our general purpose classrooms
[00:38:29.958]and our departmental classrooms.
[00:38:31.510]So that if faculty move between say our,
[00:38:34.813]their academic teaching area they're used to being in
[00:38:37.132]and moved to a new building that they're doing
[00:38:38.571]a temporary class or what not,
[00:38:41.921]the learning curve is minimized to,
[00:38:44.522]mostly about what the inputs in the room are
[00:38:46.851]and not about how to select that input
[00:38:48.602]and/or turn on the display or exit the system.
[00:38:51.502]So it really has provided a really
[00:38:54.721]simple way for our faculty to move about campus.
[00:38:58.821]We want to move to our
[00:39:00.221]let's have them,
[00:39:01.054]So we're gonna show you some
Bob if want to screen share.
[00:39:02.943]we're gonna screen share, we're gonna show you some
[00:39:04.073]pictures so you can see what this building looks like
[00:39:07.170]and then also our gross anatomy lab.
[00:39:08.935]So hang on while we're getting that taken care of.
[00:39:12.744]And as for working on that,
[00:39:14.150]do we have any questions in particular about this space?
[00:39:19.868]All right we'll I'll just show you a little bit about--
[00:39:23.404]We do have one question.
[00:39:24.698]A couple questions.
[00:39:25.960]Yeah, what is it?
Sure, go ahead.
[00:39:27.191]What's the name of the AMX product?
[00:39:30.938]Well the room is controlled
[00:39:32.227]by an AMX Enova, a DVX 3256,
[00:39:36.695]so that's way more in the weeds than most folks
[00:39:38.265]probably want to know, but it's the AMX Enova line.
[00:39:41.853]Their all in one presentation switchers.
[00:39:45.283]So hopefully that answered the question.
[00:39:47.219]And then have you had any trouble
[00:39:48.395]with iPad controls losing network connectivity?
[00:39:52.843]We initially had some challenges because
[00:39:56.953]we have a DHCP reserved IP system.
[00:40:00.401]We actually went about setting these spaces
[00:40:03.321]masters, the Enova itself onto a fixed IP
[00:40:08.322]and seemed to sync up the iPad connection because
[00:40:11.913]we're going over enterprise wifi network of course
[00:40:15.132]to a much more stable platform.
[00:40:18.090]When the DHCP reservation server
[00:40:19.744]was giving us a little bit of fits
[00:40:21.552]we'd lose some connectivity.
[00:40:23.883]By using a fixed IP on that, by programming the DVX
[00:40:28.410]that is, with a fixed IP it really seems to
[00:40:31.220]stabilize the product better.
[00:40:33.591]Would you recommend using the mini iPad again
[00:40:36.630]as a room controller or would you avoid that?
[00:40:39.061]It's very um...
[00:40:42.670]The product works very well, it has application specific.
[00:40:47.160]The more stabler the hard wired I would say.
[00:40:49.450]If I had to choose I would choose a hard wired solution.
[00:40:52.550]They tend to have more stability, however,
[00:40:54.652]if the protocol calls for and makes better use
[00:40:58.390]for the faculty they can do more robust teaching then,
[00:41:02.483]I like to support that I guess in that regard.
[00:41:04.770]Cool, any other questions?
[00:41:08.232]All right well feel free to keep putting those
[00:41:09.671]in the chat room.
[00:41:10.504]We're gonna show you, we've screen shared
[00:41:12.871]some photos of the building.
[00:41:14.290]So what you should be able to see right now
[00:41:16.029]is Manter Hall, it was built in '63
[00:41:18.322]and I think the architecture
[00:41:19.520]probably shows that birthdate.
[00:41:22.762]But don't look at the outside, the inside's
[00:41:24.820]always a little different, right.
[00:41:25.850]The inside is new.
[00:41:27.010]So Greg, what are we seeing?
[00:41:28.492]All right so this is the original
[00:41:30.480]gross anatomy lab.
[00:41:32.012]You can see at best they had room,
[00:41:34.281]even thought the physical footprint,
[00:41:35.791]it's not showing the entire footprint of the room,
[00:41:38.102]but for the most part, due to lab space and constraints with
[00:41:42.041]just the countertops and everything else
[00:41:43.389]they had in there they could only work
[00:41:44.760]with three cadavers at a time.
[00:41:47.912]Approximately eight or so students per cadaver,
[00:41:50.522]maximum so that everyone has a viewing angle.
[00:41:54.980]Yeah, so that's kind of where we're at there.
[00:41:56.721]This is the new lab.
[00:42:00.172]We used some what was storage space
[00:42:01.992]where the students are sitting on the left of the room
[00:42:04.573]to enable, again, collaborative learning in small groups.
[00:42:08.100]The room actually has 16, 60 inch monitors in it.
[00:42:11.501]10 of those are for small group work outs,
[00:42:13.339]or 10 times six being our 60 students.
[00:42:15.912]The other six monitors, 6, 60 inch monitors we use for
[00:42:20.321]what we call affectionately our cadaver cameras.
[00:42:23.209]So if you could go over there, Bob.
[00:42:25.020]This is our actual dissection area within the lab.
[00:42:29.241]The overhead cameras there are
[00:42:31.960]and then the displays behind them.
[00:42:33.960]So the faculty, the TAs can actually use those to
[00:42:39.771]show to the group to focus in on a
[00:42:42.981]particular piece of the specimen
[00:42:45.193]that they may want to focus on.
[00:42:46.812]Like a pacemaker or a replacement heart,
[00:42:49.430]or such as knees and hips and joints
[00:42:50.860]and that sort of thing, next.
[00:42:53.282]So again the touch interface for the space
[00:42:55.343]as we showed before, you'll see this looks
[00:42:57.621]very similar to what I showed you a minute ago
[00:42:59.321]for the teaching lab we're in now.
[00:43:01.870]So the faculty again can move about this floor
[00:43:03.952]without having to even really think about
[00:43:06.190]what it is they're doing.
[00:43:08.392]Another close up shot of the cadaver cameras.
[00:43:10.360]This is a product that's actually, we built here on campus.
[00:43:14.131]The arm itself was
[00:43:18.151]New Jersey, it's actually a monitor arm
[00:43:21.081]that we had a custom visa plate made for the
[00:43:25.420]camera mount and then we're using a Lumens document camera.
[00:43:30.660]So the lighting, the LED lighting lots of corded one,
[00:43:34.768]we have lighting control built in.
[00:43:36.141]We actually use the cable management area
[00:43:38.559]to put a Extron button controller that allows us
[00:43:41.177]right at the camera to control the camera's lights,
[00:43:46.299]turn them on and off to,
[00:43:50.229]switch between the monitor, the desk top monitor,
[00:43:52.010]so Bob one more.
[00:43:53.451]So there's just a shot of the lights there.
[00:43:54.931]Those are actually air craft pilot lights,
[00:43:56.757]they're LED so they're low consumption so we could
[00:43:59.322]run some low power wiring to them, next.
[00:44:03.341]These are the actual desktops that can capture then.
[00:44:06.103]There's PCs, these are mounted PCs behind the monitors
[00:44:08.802]that can capture the images both video or stills
[00:44:12.012]for playback later for the students for,
[00:44:15.681]for study time later and then one more.
[00:44:18.578]The product also included some great study space.
[00:44:21.421]So when the students are out of class
[00:44:24.316]the biology department actually has some
[00:44:26.353]really great study space, one more,
[00:44:29.093]for the students to work together in groups
[00:44:30.551]or as individuals.
[00:44:32.402]Anyway the project was a lot fun.
[00:44:34.920]We've had really good feedback from the faculty
[00:44:37.031]and the staff.
[00:44:39.299]And one thing I want to clarify this was
[00:44:44.923]nominated for an award, right?
[00:44:46.264]Oh yeah, yeah, yeah.
So what was that?
[00:44:47.782]So the project as a whole was nominated for a
[00:44:51.462]Harman Innovation Award, as part of the UBTech conference.
[00:44:54.594]I highly recommend looking into UBTech.
[00:44:57.501]They're part of the University Business magazine group.
[00:45:00.183]The project was awarded for, was nominated
[00:45:02.849]for the Harman Innovation Awards last year
[00:45:05.304]and we were one of the finalists.
So we didn't quite win,
[00:45:07.711]but we put a pretty good shot to it
[00:45:09.464]and had a lot of fun with that process.
[00:45:11.243]Yeah, all right, so.
[00:45:12.984]This is our science building, we have great labs.
[00:45:16.734]And as you can see we have an awesome anatomy lab
[00:45:19.297]that's doing some really cool things.
[00:45:21.944]We appreciate being able to collaborate
[00:45:24.644]with the department to make this happen.
[00:45:26.905]Are there any questions on this space
[00:45:28.774]before we move to our next one, Leona?
[00:45:31.523]Yeah, some people would like some information
[00:45:33.874]about the camera and the arm parts if possible
[00:45:37.145]We'll provide that in a follow up.
[00:45:38.753]We've got all of the details for those that are interested.
[00:45:41.091]I would like to put in a plug, though for the team,
[00:45:43.167]who saw a very expensive thing out in the wild
[00:45:46.521]and came home and did it under budget.
[00:45:49.102]And was able to do how many cameras?
[00:45:50.660]Yeah so originally we were gonna use a med grade,
[00:45:53.952]surgical grade camera system.
[00:45:55.539]Which would would have been great,
[00:45:56.372]it would have worked, it was about $25,000 a piece,
[00:45:59.130]six cameras, $150,000.
[00:46:01.649]We actually built all six of those rigs
[00:46:03.501]including control and mounting and everything
[00:46:05.251]for under $26,000.
[00:46:07.089]So we can provide bill of material and so on
[00:46:09.840]for those that might be interested in replicating,
[00:46:12.011]we're more than happy to.
[00:46:13.341]So that was another good example of how working
[00:46:15.160]with the department up front and being able
[00:46:16.551]to talk through, we can save them money on the project,
[00:46:19.491]get shops, skills and that kind of thing.
[00:46:22.240]But yes, we will definitely provide more information
[00:46:23.990]about the cameras, they're way cool,
[00:46:25.961]when we send out the transcript of this and the link.
[00:46:29.690]We are on a schedule to keep this an hour long
[00:46:32.230]because we know some people are on their lunch,
[00:46:34.009]which we appreciate that you muting your chip eating lunch.
[00:46:37.779]And we know some other people are probably gonna get hungry
[00:46:39.629]and want to go to lunch.
[00:46:40.462]So we're gonna move to our last space
[00:46:41.881]and you're gonna see Brad again.
[00:46:43.741]He's gonna tell you about the,
[00:46:45.901]the Henzlik Hub and the unique space that they did
[00:46:48.600]is on our campus and then we'll wrap up
[00:46:50.730]when that's over.
[00:46:51.563]So thank you much.
[00:46:52.969]Keep bringing those questions in the chat room
[00:46:54.779]and we'll turn it over to Greg.
[00:46:57.357]Okay thank you Greg and Marcia.
[00:46:59.370]We'll now go over to Brad.
[00:47:02.709]So this is the Henzlik Hub and this space used to be
[00:47:07.260]a gymnasium for the high school.
[00:47:09.458]The high school was built in 1953 and it was part of
[00:47:11.750]the university teacher's college.
[00:47:14.290]It got converted over to Henzlik Hall in 1967.
[00:47:17.959]So it's been here for awhile it's had a lot
[00:47:19.168]of different uses.
[00:47:20.648]It used to be a instructional design center
[00:47:23.318]and used to have big student lab in there.
[00:47:25.159]We'll show you some pictures of that in a little bit.
[00:47:28.397]Some of the things that we did when we came in here is
[00:47:31.869]really lobbied to get some windows up,
[00:47:33.358]we'll show you those, that were closed
[00:47:34.978]and we couldn't see things before.
[00:47:38.689]We also wanted a nice beautiful space which this is.
[00:47:41.459]The dean of the college, we worked with her,
[00:47:43.068]and she really had a lot of great ideas for that.
[00:47:46.460]So it's a very area you can kind of see behind me
[00:47:48.666]there's a Huskertech station.
[00:47:50.797]And we do laptop check out, equipment check out,
[00:47:52.915]so students can check out cameras here.
[00:47:55.827]And they can also during days that aren't Spring break days
[00:48:00.137]we do have our help center people here.
[00:48:02.267]So our help desk staff are here to help students
[00:48:04.719]or faculty with any kind of issues
[00:48:06.296]they might be having with their computer at the time.
[00:48:10.098]It might be hard to see on camera,
[00:48:11.215]but there's the Pixel Lab which used to be
[00:48:13.084]an old constructional design center.
[00:48:15.095]And that does printing for the college of education
[00:48:17.886]and human sciences.
[00:48:19.676]And it is open to anybody that wants to use it.
[00:48:22.955]So anybody on campus can, you know, come over
[00:48:25.208]and get things printed.
[00:48:27.216]And they do a few other jobs like they also do some video
[00:48:29.134]and some things like that.
[00:48:31.242]And again I'll show one picture of that later.
[00:48:34.324]And you can see there's we have booths are on one side.
[00:48:38.005]Those are very popular, the students really like those.
[00:48:40.904]And I'm gonna kind of shift position and let
[00:48:42.710]Larry shift around.
[00:48:45.093]And there's a wall over here and we do a lot of work
[00:48:48.104]over there for classrooms.
[00:48:50.195]We do have some classes that meet in the evening
[00:48:52.456]that use that space for testing.
[00:48:54.636]There's two monitors over there that we use for that.
[00:48:58.546]And right now it's pretty empty because it's Spring break.
[00:49:01.056]They did shoot a podcast here yesterday.
[00:49:03.596]So that's why everything is kind of cleared out there
[00:49:05.193]to make room for that.
[00:49:07.022]Furniture gets moved around.
[00:49:08.365]Almost everything in here is on wheels,
[00:49:09.796]so it makes it really easy.
[00:49:11.575]And then on the wall kind of behind us here
[00:49:14.016]there's a one button studio.
[00:49:16.624]And it's just like the one over in the learning commons,
[00:49:20.596]slightly different design.
[00:49:21.522]We put this in almost a year ago, 'cause Spring break
[00:49:24.133]last year we got it finished pretty much.
[00:49:27.286]And so that's available too so it's in location for that.
[00:49:31.424]We do have another few computers.
[00:49:32.525]There's about four desktops in here that people can use.
[00:49:36.134]We just have direct log ins so they can sit down
[00:49:38.074]and use it whenever they want.
[00:49:40.273]And then there's also an ink kiosk right here.
[00:49:43.035]And that's for printing for students,
[00:49:44.675]they can just use their N cards, the little ID card
[00:49:47.136]we issue for them.
[00:49:48.535]And they can just come up to the station, swipe the card.
[00:49:51.804]They can have a print job waiting up there
[00:49:53.412]they've done on their computer at home.
[00:49:55.180]And they can just activate it and it'll print
[00:49:56.613]to whatever station they activate and they're ready to go.
[00:50:02.089]And we have a lot of different uses for this,
[00:50:03.700]like I said we have classes, we use it for meetings,
[00:50:07.280]fairs, student fairs, the science olympiad,
[00:50:10.909]the podcasts like I mentioned.
[00:50:13.372]And I think what I'll do now is just switch over
[00:50:16.822]to the computer and I'll show some shots
[00:50:18.932]to what the space looked like before.
[00:50:22.552]Okay so this is a shot of it before.
[00:50:25.130]And they were tearing down and just replacing
[00:50:26.798]some walls there, but you can kind of see the floor there
[00:50:28.499]wasn't very good.
[00:50:30.380]It was very patchy, it was a dark space,
[00:50:32.461]there weren't any windows.
[00:50:34.400]And this is what we turned it into.
[00:50:37.488]A much more open floor design we moved all
[00:50:39.420]the Pixel Lab people back inside a different corner
[00:50:42.619]away from the doors.
[00:50:43.589]Here's an overall shot of it.
[00:50:46.378]And like you see it's pretty drab,
[00:50:48.599]the walls are pretty boring,
[00:50:51.098]the flooring was really bad.
[00:50:53.489]And so this is the new space now.
[00:50:56.618]Much more open and welcoming.
[00:50:59.084]Short of Spring break there's always students in this space.
[00:51:02.368]And then this is a shot from the back corner.
[00:51:03.860]You can kind of see on the right there
[00:51:05.050]that was the old
[00:51:06.620]lab for students and those were just
[00:51:08.538]solid wood desks with computers setting on them.
[00:51:10.948]They could do very much it was all very locked in place.
[00:51:13.978]And a lot of cubicles.
[00:51:16.030]And it's transformed into this space now.
[00:51:18.169]So cubicles all moved to the back
[00:51:20.468]and much more open floor area there.
[00:51:24.017]And then here's a few images.
[00:51:25.368]So this is just a standard class over
[00:51:26.859]in the area I was talking about.
[00:51:29.088]This an evening class with about 12 students
[00:51:31.329]in just a kind of somewhat circular layout.
[00:51:34.437]Here's another one where we have about 25 students
[00:51:36.788]in this course and it's more of an open,
[00:51:40.027]kind of working groups together during the class.
[00:51:43.278]Here's a project that a class was working on.
[00:51:45.325]They were all writing things up on the white boards
[00:51:46.927]that are provided.
[00:51:47.777]And in the foreground there you see the two students
[00:51:50.059]working on a flat, cubed kind of white board material.
[00:51:54.418]And they actually drug that over to the area
[00:51:56.197]when they did the group presentations later.
[00:51:59.706]And then again this one is interesting
[00:52:01.386]because this is an evening class like a three hour class.
[00:52:04.547]And this class had just gone on break
[00:52:08.117]and everybody, not everybody, some went out
[00:52:09.716]and got drinks or bathroom but,
[00:52:11.545]I don't think I've ever seen a standard classroom
[00:52:13.564]have that many people stay in a classroom
[00:52:15.304]during the break, I thought that was kind of interesting.
[00:52:17.495]So it's a very comfortable space.
[00:52:18.787]That's one of the things the students
[00:52:19.660]really like about it.
[00:52:21.297]And this is a professor doing, after a class,
[00:52:24.496]there's a large auditorium adjacent to this
[00:52:27.366]that used to be like an auditorium
[00:52:29.205]for plays for the high school.
[00:52:30.986]And so after that class they come in here
[00:52:33.017]and have office hours and they can help students out.
[00:52:36.506]These are just students that,
[00:52:37.897]these white boards are on wheels, too.
[00:52:39.287]They move them over and do work at the booths.
[00:52:42.595]One of our booths is a white board table.
[00:52:44.947]So they can do work right on the table.
[00:52:46.389]And these are a just a group of students
[00:52:47.446]working on some math problems.
[00:52:49.849]Even faculty and staff come in here.
[00:52:51.297]This is a faculty and a staff person
[00:52:53.579]working on a project together at that table.
[00:52:56.208]This was a science olympiad.
[00:52:57.929]And this was done over a weekend.
[00:53:01.378]So we got the space and they kind of used it
[00:53:03.645]for the headquarters there.
[00:53:07.147]And you see some science olympiad project,
[00:53:08.579]I have no idea what that is.
[00:53:10.837]This is us at a webinar, we had a meeting.
[00:53:14.729]And we just used the screen for a webinar
[00:53:16.657]and you can kind of see in the background right there
[00:53:18.568]there's a student just right next to us studying
[00:53:20.568]and the webinar didn't bother them at all.
[00:53:22.715]They just kept doing their work.
[00:53:25.225]And this is how it's set up once a week
[00:53:27.155]for a podcast that one of the professors,
[00:53:29.639]there's Guy training back there in red.
[00:53:31.897]And they do this podcast about once a week
[00:53:35.658]and it's on iPads.
[00:53:37.299]So you can kind of see the set up there.
[00:53:38.706]We have the cameramen shooting Guy
[00:53:40.996]with a grad student there going over programs
[00:53:43.127]on the iPad which is attached to the screen there.
[00:53:45.846]You see the Cars in the jump there.
[00:53:48.047]And there's also another camera shooting that.
[00:53:49.674]So then the video people can go in and reedit those
[00:53:52.723]and put picture in picture and just do
[00:53:54.377]whatever they want.
[00:53:55.210]So they're capturing both Guy and the student
[00:53:57.126]talking and the screen at the same time.
[00:53:59.755]And here's just another close up shot of that
[00:54:01.416]of them both.
[00:54:02.998]In using those,
[00:54:05.346]that wall's kind of a nice, really nice backdrop
[00:54:07.607]and I've watched some of their podcasts
[00:54:09.466]and that works really well.
[00:54:12.269]And this is just kind of a fun one.
[00:54:13.984]We had some people worried about putting
[00:54:20.236]white board space out and worried about graffiti.
[00:54:24.194]These are some of the worst graffitis I've seen,
[00:54:25.935]Kassie is awesome, have a nice day.
[00:54:27.644]Someone drew driving as in castles.
[00:54:29.696]And they actually do homework too.
[00:54:31.024]You see some chemistry over there and some other work.
[00:54:35.234]Just an inspiring and creative way just to let us know
[00:54:36.593]we need to replace our markers too at the bottom.
[00:54:41.553]It's been really great space for us.
[00:54:43.904]And let me get out of the screen sharing here.
[00:54:47.909]I'll get back around.
[00:54:50.916]So if anybody has any questions we can take
[00:54:53.155]care of that right now.
[00:54:56.404]They were asking Brad are there any
[00:54:57.749]live streaming with the podcast?
[00:55:01.578]I don't believe Guy does a live streaming.
[00:55:03.692]He has a channel on YouTube
[00:55:05.565]and he also has, I believe something on iTunes U
[00:55:09.024]through the university.
[00:55:10.412]So he distributes that in various ways.
[00:55:12.569]They do a lot of post production work on that
[00:55:14.602]because it'll take sometimes put him picture in picture
[00:55:19.357]so they can't do that live streaming.
[00:55:21.513]He's the only podcast I'm aware of here.
[00:55:23.461]We have done some live streaming things
[00:55:25.253]associated with classes.
[00:55:27.777]One thing we did, I don't have a picture of it
[00:55:29.122]because I didn't get photo releases,
[00:55:30.876]last semester for a final project we had,
[00:55:34.460]I think it was nine projectors or screens running in here.
[00:55:37.629]There's three of them on the wall over here by the booths.
[00:55:40.352]And then there's two big ones
[00:55:41.328]then we brought in like five others.
[00:55:43.280]And we have the screens projecting on walls,
[00:55:45.777]it was an art class.
[00:55:47.440]And each group of students was presenting simultaneously.
[00:55:50.859]It was kind of interesting to do that.
[00:55:54.517]And there's also a question
[00:55:55.616]about the type of devices that people are using
[00:55:57.569]to display with, are they all working?
[00:56:00.012]Are there any problems with certain kind of devices?
[00:56:04.078]Yeah I've seen, it's mostly just laptops.
[00:56:06.723]And we have adapters here I have a little kit
[00:56:08.959]that is available at the Huskertech station.
[00:56:12.215]It has some adapters in case they don't have HDMI.
[00:56:14.548]But anything with standard HDMI.
[00:56:15.809]There's cables they can check out there.
[00:56:18.618]So people don't have too much trouble with it.
[00:56:19.999]And we do have Apple TVs on the two large screens.
[00:56:23.046]So they can use that if they need to.
[00:56:24.753]And we have one of the app, Microsoft
[00:56:28.129]wireless adapters that can be used for Microsoft products.
[00:56:32.148]We've seen students come in here and use the screens
[00:56:34.261]on videos games.
[00:56:37.102]We've had, they can use their Apple TV
[00:56:40.077]or Apple phone on the Apple TV.
[00:56:44.098]Pretty much anything that people have asked
[00:56:46.134]we pretty much, I think, have been able to accommodate.
[00:56:48.710]I don't know of anything someone wanted to do
[00:56:50.417]we weren't able to fix up for them.
[00:56:54.542]Okay, thank you Brad.
[00:56:55.870]I think it's time to move back to Marcia
[00:56:58.608]so we'll do that right now.
[00:57:00.734]All right, well I will say looking at the pictures
[00:57:03.173]that Brad showed in the Henzlik Hub
[00:57:04.640]I'm a little jealous.
[00:57:05.575]Because if you could see the set up we're using for this
[00:57:09.459]it's nothing compared to what they have other there.
[00:57:11.171]So next time I know where I'm going to go
[00:57:13.033]to borrow equipment.
[00:57:13.935]So anyhow a big thank you for joining us
[00:57:17.552]on our virtual tour today.
[00:57:18.953]We are very excited to show you spaces
[00:57:20.866]that our students have access to that they're using
[00:57:23.343]that our faculty are teaching.
[00:57:25.376]And doing a little bit of research in that kind of thing.
[00:57:28.591]It's a really cool opportunity to be on this campus
[00:57:31.124]and to give you a glimpse of what we have
[00:57:33.773]when we have collaborative spaces.
[00:57:35.558]We're working very hard to improve our relationships
[00:57:37.752]with the other key stakeholders on campus.
[00:57:40.353]And I think these projects right here show
[00:57:42.471]how we can all come together.
[00:57:43.933]The common denominator is making a good space
[00:57:46.252]for our faculty to teach and our students to learn.
[00:57:48.364]And so we will be having more spaces
[00:57:51.387]hopefully later this summer.
[00:57:52.929]Our new college of business is going to be coming online.
[00:57:55.536]That's one of our first brand new big buildings
[00:57:57.897]here on campus in a while.
[00:57:59.117]So we're all excited to help with that.
[00:58:01.148]We've got to kind of sit along and enjoy
[00:58:02.978]that show as well.
[00:58:04.765]But as we continue to look at collaborative
[00:58:06.837]spaces on campus and repurpose and redesign
[00:58:09.894]the different classrooms and labs
[00:58:11.275]that's a conversation we're having.
[00:58:12.615]What is the appropriate number of collaborative
[00:58:14.481]spaces on campus versus traditional classroom spaces?
[00:58:17.737]And are there better ways we can use our
[00:58:19.687]traditional classroom spaces to improve the area
[00:58:23.472]so that the teaching and the learning
[00:58:25.264]are something where faculty and staff
[00:58:26.850]are really enjoying that?
[00:58:28.034]And it's not like, "Uh, I got to go to class,"
[00:58:29.580]but, "Yay, I get to go to class."
[00:58:31.863]I will say one thing the neat things about
[00:58:33.122]all of our projects is as we're adding these
[00:58:35.161]soft seating and the huddle spaces,
[00:58:37.112]the kind of quiet areas for students to study in,
[00:58:39.922]you're seeing a lot more students staying in the buildings.
[00:58:42.608]You're seeing students in our learning commons that,
[00:58:45.689]you know, it has Dunkin Donuts coffee.
[00:58:47.808]So they're really enjoying the space
[00:58:49.431]that we have`on campus.
[00:58:50.941]We've also increased our wifi so that you can enjoy
[00:58:53.992]our campus on the outside as well.
[00:58:55.822]So when the weather gets nice,
[00:58:57.532]you can sit outside of the library commons,
[00:58:59.198]there's seating out there.
[00:59:01.641]It's been landscaped very well and it's
[00:59:03.472]an enjoyable place to be and enjoy the spring
[00:59:06.324]or the fall here in Nebraska.
[00:59:08.034]So once again, thank you so much for joining us
[00:59:10.632]on our virtual tour.
[00:59:11.940]We'll make sure that the link is available next week.
[00:59:14.048]We'll follow up with more information on the camera arms
[00:59:17.216]in our anatomy lab, we'll also provide the transcript.
[00:59:20.514]I'd also like to say a big thank you
[00:59:21.815]to the learning and emerging technologies team
[00:59:24.302]who graciously helped with this.
[00:59:26.492]When Julie asked I immediately said yes
[00:59:28.488]and then checked with the team.
[00:59:29.583]And they've been wonderful to work with.
[00:59:31.212]So thank you so much, we appreciate spending
[00:59:34.067]the time with you and I hope you all have a nice Friday.
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