Smart Classroom Survey

During fall 2000, a survey was conducted to evaluate the performance and the use of "smart classrooms" at Northern Illinois University. For the purposes of this survey, "smart classrooms" were defined as those classrooms that were equipped with a large screen projector, video player, and an ELMO Visual Presenter, and which may also include Internet connections (including web surfing, faculty's own Web site, and chat rooms), audio players, video conferencing and laptop connections.

The survey results include responses from two groups, faculty and students. The population surveyed included 845 students and 232 members of the faculty, representing six colleges within the university: Visual and Performing Arts, Business, Health and Human Sciences, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Education, Engineering and Engineering.

Last Updated: 05/12/2007