Different rooms that Media Services is responsible for. For more information contact Kelsey Hunt at email@example.com
EPC 101 - The room can be used for class reception, videoconferencing between and among the five University of Colorado campuses. This room does not have a video/data projector but does have a camera and push-to-talk mics and will seat six-to-eight people comfortably. It is ideal for small telecommunicated meetings or classes which do not need video/data projector capability. Please see the chart below for a comparison of the facilities.
EPC 103 - This classroom is used primarily for CU-Net broadcast classes, Communication Department film and video production courses, Distance Learning classes, and other courses or events which need to use the technology in the room. This is not a general-use classroom; priority in scheduling this room is given to CU-Net courses, the Communication Department and other telecommunicated courses originating within the five-campus system.
EPC 107 - CITTI Conference Room : This facility seats twelve to fifteen persons comfortably. As with the other EPC rooms, this space is not a general use classroom but is reserved for classes and events which require the technology available in the room. This facility is ideal for system-wide meetings and other events requiring videoconference technology. Food and beverages are not allowed in this room.
|Equipment||EPC 101||EPC 103||EPC 107|
|Mics||every other person/Push to talk||every other person/Voice Activated||every person/Push to Talk|
|Podium w/computer||No||Yes||No - Desktop control|
UCCS regularly supports meetings, classes and events using H.323, H.264, Cisco TelePresence, and various internet streaming technologies.
EPC 106 - STUDIO
With the construction of the El Pomar Center, UCCS greatly expanded its production capabilities. The new studio is 3,100 square feet and has additional space for set and material storage. Space for the control room, audio and announcer booths, and the green room bring the space to 5,465 square feet, more than tripling the previously available production space.
Editing suites featuring Adobe Creative Software and Final Cut Pro are available to students enrolled in Department of Communication film and video production courses.