When planning your proposed lab visits, you may wish to consult the current calendar of reservations for LRNC-210 & LRNC-212 in an effort to work around them: these are only sent out with any frequency at the beginning of a regular semester. It is suggested that you submit your reservations as soon as possible (as early as 2 weeks before the beginning of the semester), as lab times fill up fast! Remember that when you book a lab visit, reservations begin on the hour or the half hour only and actually end 10 minutes before the coming hour or half-hour to make way for the next class. Faculty who have not attended both a lab intro training session and a Sony system training session within the last year will not benefit from additional services. Before attempting to fill out the form below, register for and attend training.
Remember to arrive on time to your lab visits if you are in need of an orientation or any other kind of assistance from lab coordinators. If you expect / have requested assistance for your visit and you are late by 10 minutes or more, the coordinator assigned to your class will most likely have left the room and moved on to another of his/her duties and will not return to conduct orientations for late arrivals. If you are not expecting an orientation or any kind of lab staff assistance during your visit, arriving late is not a problem: the room is yours until the end of your reserved visit.
Please be sure to read our lab guidelines & alert your students of them as well. Instructors must be in possession of a printed class roster when visiting the labs during instructed lab times. Also, as a courtesy to your colleagues who may be waiting to use the lab at a time you have already booked, please notify us as soon as possibly of any cancellations. Please have your students leave the lab in the tidy condition your group found it in at your arrival (programs closed, computer arranged properly, headphones on hook, chair pushed in). Finally, as class visits to the lab are considered instructional time, instructors are expected to remain in the lab with their class at all times during their reserved visit, preferably sitting at the teacher station & using the Sony equipment to communicate with students. If an instructor is found to have not been present during a significant portion of a class visit during which s/he is being paid to teach the class, the appropriate supervisor(s) will be notified in order that corrective action be taken.