The CCVI 150 Lab incorporates two distinct but connected spaces.
The first is a non-traditional classroom that serves as a “think tank” area. It has flexible seating components, interactive smart TVs, and 14 Dell A10 computers that allow students to project their work from their seats. It is an easy space for sharing ideas and not simply a “lecture-only” environment. The second space is an advanced fabrication lab where ideas come to life. The machines and tools in these spaces enable students from across disciplines to incorporate advanced technology into their classroom projects.
On the header: Students discuss bridge designs in the collaborative workspace within the CCVI 150 Lab.