Combine presentations or classroom work with small group activities or break-out groups.
Combine large and small group work in the same room or different rooms and capture video for review.
Connect with an individual in a remote location via video conferencing.
Compare and contrast two to three different visual sources during your presentation.
Project work from many computers on multiple surfaces.
Use specialized software to manipulate, analyze, and visualize large data sets
Use high-performance desktop computers in a fixed lab setting, or get individual access to GIS, Matlab, multimedia, or other computing-intensive instructional activities.
Alternate between lectures and small group work in the same classroom by rearranging the lightweight furniture during class.
Reserve multiple Link classrooms at once to enable different course sections to meet both together and separately during the same time block.