The Dr. Richard L. Ferguson Iowa Technology Enhanced Classroom (N105 LC) is a learning space designed to support technologically-fortified, collaborative, problem-solving, learning strategies. College of Education teams have harnessed the expertise of our faculty, campus engineers and technicians, nationally recognized architects and designers, local schools, and peer institutions. The goal is a unique classroom that transforms the way teachers teach and students learn. ​

Advanced, interactive classroom features

  • Use markers and magnets on glass walls
  • Advanced, programmable LED lighting
  • Multiple, teacher-controlled, HD displays
  • Technology supporting group collaboration

  • color-coded group pods
  • ample electrical, data, video outlets
  • central microphones, tabletop headphone jacks
  • wheelchair accessible tables
  • Distance education enabled

  • remote-controlled, embedded cameras
  • advanced echo-canceling technology
  • automated audio/video level adjustments
Reserve N105 Lindquist Center

For your meeting or event

Faculty and staff can reserve this room via Outlook, Office365 or by contacting Scott Popham (scott-popham@uiowa.edu, 319-335-5037). 

For your semester-long course

Please contact Scott Popham (scott-popham@uiowa.edu, 319-335-5037) for availability.

Support and Training

Background Training

John Achrazoglou, Ph.D.
Chief Technology Officer, College of Education
319-335-5620
john-achrazoglou@uiowa.edu

Classroom Technical Support

Reception Desk - N110 LC
319-335-5623

Richard Ferguson smiles while standing in the Dr. Richard L. Ferguson Iowa Technology Enhanced Classroom

ITEC classroom named in recognition of Richard “Dick” Ferguson

As former CEO and chairman of ACT, Ferguson has proven to be an unwavering partner in helping the UI fulfill its educational mission. Under his direction, ACT became an internationally recognized authority on educational testing and measurement. Building on the company’s long-standing relationship with the university, Ferguson helped establish the ACT Scholars Program, which donated $5 million to support underrepresented UI graduate students in diverse disciplines. Dr. Ferguson was a longtime adjunct professor in the UI College of Education.