Advanced Resource Classrooms

Stanford has four flexible, special-capability classrooms on campus, offering advanced resources for class collaboration and presentation. VPTL staff provide facilitated access and support in these rooms and consulting on pedagogy and strategies for using academic technologies. Due to high demand, and to support innovation in teaching, these spaces are reserved in advance of the academic year.  

Lathrop 180

Designed for instructors who wish to teach using collaborative activities and technology tools, this classroom features Mac Pros with a suite of graphics, audio, and video applications and is optimized for learning activities that involve digital media products. All furnishings are mobile and can be reconfigured easily on the fly. Suitable for course enrollments of up to 25 students.

Lathrop 190

 Designed for instructors who wish to teach using collaborative activities and technology tools. The six resident computers in this room can be used with either the Mac or Windows operating system. These computers have all the applications available on the general purpose computers provided in residences and campus libraries. It has mobile furnishings and is optimal for class sizes of up to 25 students.

Lathrop 282

This classroom seats as many as 150 people in a flexible environment, including mobile large screens for group work on a laptop, large 3D-capable screens able to display a wide range of inputs, a mobile presentation and annotation lectern, and a synthetic acoustics system that supports both class-wide large group discussion and small group work.

Wallenberg 124

Also known at the Peter Wallenberg Learning Theater, this flex classroom supports lecture and group work for up to 50 students. The classroom has a very large, very high resolution display wall that supports simultaneous viewing of a number of inputs, enabling both small and large group collaborations.

The application period for the 2019-2020 academic year will open in May 2019. Schedules will be announced sometime in August, once the primary scheduling of University classrooms is complete. We work with the Registrar and faculty advisors to accommodate as many courses as possible.