Capital Markets Room
Lab designed to give students hands-on experience performing business transactions, including managing supply chains, trading stocks and bonds, and running business scenarios. Students can invest real money allotted by the school for real profit. Three projectors and screens allow real-time display of stock data, as well as data from student and faculty workstations. An elliptical ceiling mirrors the shape of the student lounge and is accentuated by LED lighting. The room is illuminated by glare-free up lighting reflected by the ceiling.
Fox Capture - also commonly known as lecture capture - allows faculty who use specially equipped “smart” rooms to record lecture or presentation (audio/video plus anything displayed on the classroom computer) for later viewing, over the web or on mobile devices. The captured sessions can be viewed in full or used by students to selectively review and reinforce concepts without requiring additional class or office hour time. Although less common, Fox Class Capture also allow viewers to connect live and watch an event in-progress.
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The Fox School provides a wide range of computing facilities for the exclusive use of the Business School community. Most of the machines feature Windows based applications for word processing, research and Internet access. Laser printers are available. The lab provides paper and ink, but the students must supply their own USB flash drive to store files.Wireless connection is available for students with laptops in student lounges in Speakman and Alter Hall. Internet connected desktop computers are also available in the lounges for students.
Larger collaboration spaces are equipped with projection equipment or a large plasma screen, a computer, surround sound, tables wired for power and Internet, and a DVD/VCR console.
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Fox Digital Signage System is powered by a robust software that provides powerful content creation and scheduling tools generating multi-window displays filled with bulletins, tickers, video clips, and more.For more information please contact Matthew Dampf (email@example.com
Smart Classrooms in Alter and Speakman Hall have localized room control stations that are height adjustable, equipped with a computer, a tablet to capture an instructor’s handwritten notes, and audio, visual and lighting controls with memorization feature for the settings of each class. Network-based control systems allow opening/closing rooms, AV/computer troubleshooting, and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) communication to the control room. Each classroom is equiped with microphones and cameras that can stream class lectures in multiple locations in the building.
Both Speakman and Alter Hall have email stations that provides students with a quick access to the web and classroom resources online.