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EUC Technology Enhanced Spaces

The EUC Technology Services team maintains and troubleshoots the Faculty’s technology enhanced spaces (rooms with screens/projectors etc.) in conjunction with York University’s Audio Visual Support Services (UIT – AVSS).

Each page below summarizes the seating capacity of each room along with its technology components, as well as instructions on how to use the equipment. We also update the pages with the status of the equipment. Due to global supply shortages, some rooms require repairs that are delayed, so if you are unfamiliar with a room, please check the page to know the status as repairs may be considerably delayed.

These rooms have a sign posted with a QR code that points to its corresponding information page. Just point your phone camera at the page and follow the link for more information.

Your feedback is welcome! If you would like to see more information on these pages, or if you discover that there are malfunctions or other areas for improvement in the rooms, please email euccomp@yorku.ca for repairs or to propose improvements and upgrades.

Students chatting in a lab

Available rooms

Room Type Maximum Capacity
Classroom - HNES 101 Classroom 30
Classroom - HNES 102 Classroom 35
Classroom - HNES 104 Classroom 35
Classroom - HNES 105 Classroom 30
Ross N120 Classroom 50
Lounge - HNES 136 Lounge 200
John Warkentin Room - HNES 138 Meeting & Conference 8
Meeting/Conference Room - HNES 140 Meeting & Conference 150
Classroom - HNES 141 Classroom 30
Classroom - HNES 142 Classroom 24
Classroom - HNES 143 Classroom 12
Classroom - Ross N143 Classroom 55
Planning Workshop Hub - HNES 207 Meeting & Conference 21
Classroom - HNES 230 Classroom 20
Black Community Space - HNES 248 Meeting & Conference 12
EUC Technology Lab 1 - HNES 253 Computer Lab 34 computers (33 PCs and 1 instructor PC)
EUC Technology Lab 2 - HNES 258 Computer Lab 41 computers (40 PCs and 1 instructor PC)
Classroom - HNES 281 Classroom 15
EUC Technology Teaching Lab - Ross N302 Computer Lab 31 computers (30 PCs and 1 instructor PC)

AV Equipment

EUC Technology Services maintains a small cache of audiovisual equipment for loan.

The Meeting Owl 3 is designed to enhance hybrid meetings by integrating a 360-degree camera, microphone, and speaker into one device. This technology aims to create a more immersive meeting environment by automatically focusing on the speaker, which fosters a natural interaction among participants. The device supports popular video conferencing platforms like Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Google Meet, making it versatile for different communication needs.

To arrange to borrow the Owl and get orientation on how to use it, please email euccomp@yorku.ca.

Owl Expansion Mic

Owl Expansion Mic can extend audio pick-up range by 8 feet (2.5 meters), so everyone seated at longer tables can be heard clearly.

Meeting Owl 3

Meeting Owl 3 creates an immersive hybrid meeting experience in any space with the intelligent 360° conference camera, mic, and speaker.

Owl Bar

Owl Bar is equipped with AI-powered camera, mic, and speaker allows remote participants to see all the action at once.

Lab Policies

Access to Computer Facilities

  • Priority is given to scheduled classes. Please refer to the individual room page for a schedule.
  • Registered EUC students and students enrolled in ENVS courses with a valid Passport York account may access EUC lab computers.
  • Drop-in times are available for students to use computers outside their scheduled lab sessions.
  • Both graduate and undergraduate students of EUC share the facility.

Guidelines for Using the Computer Facilities

  • To maintain a clean and functional environment, food and drinks are not allowed in computer labs. Resealable water bottles are permitted.
  • Availability is on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Please log out and allow others to use the computer if you are stepping away for an extended period.
  • After twenty minutes of inactivity, the system will automatically log you out.
  • Please be considerate of your peers and keep noise to a minimum.
  • Thank you for respecting these guidelines and helping us provide a productive and respectful environment for all users.

Need Assistance?

For any help or inquiries, reach out to the UIT Helpdesk at askit@yorku.ca.