Student Study Space
The Daniel I. Kessler Teaching Laboratories accommodate the instructional modalities for the basic science portion of the medical curriculum. The Teaching Labs provide an integrated educational resource for first- and second-year medical students. Space is allocated to a series of multidisciplinary small group rooms equipped for seminars, laboratories, demonstrations, and audiovisual education. Each small group room is equipped with state of the art audio visual equipment including LCD projectors, monitors, and cameras for feedback during clinical sessions.
The operation of this equipment is only accessible via authorized teaching lab staff. Each of these rooms is also equipped with white boards. All small group rooms and anatomy labs will be open from 6:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. for student use for independent study or scheduled classes. Students can access the small group rooms after 6PM via use of your ID cards.
An educational computer laboratory, located in the Link Rooms is equipped to provide student access to computer-assisted self-instruction, computer-based testing, bibliographic databases, word processing, e-mail, and the Internet.
The Media Library in the North Wing of the Teaching Labs provides audiovisual instructional packages in a variety of formats. In addition there are study carrels located in three areas: North Study Area - is located on the second floor of the Kessler Teaching Labs; Central Study Area - "the airplane" is located on the second floor of Kessler Teaching Labs. Around the perimeter of the main auditorium in an area commonly referred to as "the periphery." These are quiet study areas equipped with outlets for laptops. Study carrels are available 24 hours a day.