The traditional classrooms are small and limited to a maximum of 36 students, so that all of the classes are taught in small sections in which students may receive personalized attention. Each of these rooms is equipped with a teachers station that consists of a computer and document camera connected to a LCD projector.
The mathematics education group has access to one classroom that is set up especially for courses that they teach. There also is a mathematics education curriculum center that houses a wide variety of curricular materials from curriculum guides to physical manipulatives, two computers - each with a CD-RW drive, a microphone, a ZIP 100 drive, application software and presentation software - a LaserJet and a color InkJet printer. This room is made easily available to education students as well as those students in our master's program in Mathematics Education.
Every faculty member has a private office with a computer in his or her office that contains the software needed by that faculty member. These computers are upgraded on an approximate four year cycle by the University. Each faculty member has access to a Black & White LaserJet printer, and a Color LaserJet printer from his or her office. Also there is an image scanner available to all faculty.