Through the promotion of technology, the Information Technology Services (ITS) Department of North Carolina Central University (NCCU) and the School of Law has identified a suite of collaborative technology.
This suite includes:
- A Computer
- Video & Teleconferencing capabilities
- A DVD/VCR player
- A Document Camera
- Internet Access (wired/wireless)
- A SmartBoard
- Reinforced Audio
NCCU School of Law utilizes Polycom’s Immersive Telepresence. By utilizing this one of a kind technology, NCCU Law ITS can provide a natural meeting experience. Whether the participants are standing, walking or seated, the experience is life like. Additionally, the Telepresence Room houses our standard suite of collaborative technology.
The Great Hall is one of the most versatile gathering spaces within the Law School. The Great Hall features the standard suite of collaborative technology as well as a lectern which is the nexus of all of the technology available. The Great Hall can utilize both wired and wireless audio technology, thus ensuring sound that is distinct and clear.
Technology Enhanced Courtrooms
Courtrooms are increasingly using technology to assist the prosecution and defense with the presentation of information and evidence in a case. These courtrooms house the standard suite of collaborative technology.
The ITS Department of NCCU School of Law has created classrooms without walls. From the virtual classrooms, professors are able to deliver content to a host of 32 students. The uniqueness of the Virtual Classrooms at NCCU School of Law is that each student has an interactive classroom experience with their professor and classmates, thus taking the education experience to another level. Professors who utilize the virtual classrooms have at their disposal the standard suite of collaborative technology.
All seminar rooms at NCCU School of Law feature the standard suite of collaborative technology; thus making the rooms multi-functional.