IT Services Technology Training manages five training facilities available for Stanford departments and groups to rent for instructional and other approved uses.
Read below for information on each facility, or contact Technology Training at email@example.com.
Five training facilities are available to rent. For details about a facility, including photos and current rates, click on its name:
- Turing Auditorium (Polya Hall Room 111)
- Mac/Windows computer labs:
- POST (Professional Office Systems Training; Redwood Hall Room G6)
- PHIL (Polya Hall Instructional Lab; Polya Hall Room 170B)
- Birch Lab A (Birch Hall, Room 105)*
- Birch Lab B (Birch Hall, Room 107)*
Click each lab for more details.
Each computer lab is equipped with computers for course attendees, A-V system, whiteboards, and an easel. Each computer lab features a networked printer.
Turing Auditorium is a lecture hall, but does have a built-in A-V system, which includes computers for instructor/presenter as well as components for DVD/VHS/VCR.
If you are having a campus event and would like to share it with Internet users across campus or around the world, you can choose to use WebEx for your event. WebEx Services deliver online meetings, web conferencing and video conferencing services. Visit http://www.stanford.edu/services/webex/ for more information.
Priority in scheduling is given to staff training in university administrative applications and to the regular courses offered by IT Services Technology Training. After these classes have been scheduled each quarter, rental requests are given consideration on a space-available, first-come first-served basis.
To reserve a facility, first check its availability at http://techtrainingcalendar.stanford.edu, then fill out the request form and submit the Facility Rental Request Form. One of our staff will contact you regarding your request.