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Gibson 101 (Tillotson Room)

Location: Gibson Hall, Room 101
Hours: open by reservation
Room Type: Classroom/Concert Hall
Reservations: Contact the Campus Scheduler

Gibson 101 was dedicated on October 23, 2004 as "The Tillotson Room" after former Music Professor Frederic Erle Thornlay "Tilly" Tillotson. The room is used by the Department of Music for larger classes, small concerts, and ensemble rehearsals. In an effort to update the Audio/Visual equipment and increase the utility of the room, the room was extensively renovated in the summer and fall of 2004. The classroom is designed to help professors and students give elaborate audio and video presentations.

Technology:

  • NEC Data Projector
    This data projector is ceiling mounted and has a native resolution of 1024 x 768.
  • Crestron Systems
    These systems have touch screens, which control a CD Player and recorder, Cassette Player, DVD and VHS players.
  • Overhead Projector
  • Retractable motorized projection screen, sun shades and microphones
  • Canister lamps and stage lighting
Document author:
mhipkins
Last modified:
Oct 13, 2010