Waterman 113 Classroom Requests for Spring 2013
The Registrarís Office has designated the following deadlines for
obtaining the schedule of courses for Spring 2013.
SCHEDULE OF COURSES FOR SPRING 2013*
****** DUE DATE: WEDNESDAY, August 31, 2012 Departments to Deans
****** DUE DATE: THURSDAY, September 17, 2012 Deans to Registrar
****** PROOFING DATES: TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, October 2 & 3, 2012
Before requesting use of the teaching classrooms in 113 Waterman, please
go to http://www.uvm.edu/it/watermanlab/ and click on "Current Schedules
for the Waterman Teaching Labs" to check availability for date and time
desired. To make a request, click on "Reservation Request Form for
Classes in the Waterman Teaching Labs" and fill in requested info. If
you need more than the time slot allowed in the drop down menu on this
form, you must make another separate request for each additional class
period needed. Class times must adhere to University class guidelines.
Both the 113-T and 113-Q Waterman classrooms now run Microsoft Windows 7
and MacOS 10.6. (Snow Leopard). Instructors can choose rooms based on
class size and availability. ETS offers a wide range of software on the
lab machines. Please see the link, "Software in Waterman" for a current
Enterprise Technology Services' policy regarding classroom requests
Please note that only requests for regular University classes (day and
evening divisions) will be processed first. After all such reservations
are completed, non-class events will be considered. Any conflicts for
regular University classes are to be resolved by the instructors and/or
their respective Department Chairs or Deans. Once the conflicts have
been resolved, the new requests must be resubmitted via the request form.
Classroom Scheduling Guidelines
1. We are attempting to ensure that all interested faculty are able to
use the resources we offer.
2. To do this means that all requests must initially fit into the
regular university schedule of course times;
3. After all requests are received, if there are no conflicting
requests, the original time is likely to be possible. In other words, if
no one else asks for a time that might overlap the start or end time,
then it's likely a request can have that time.
4. Only requests for the SPRING 2013 semester will be considered. We
follow the timeline set by the registrar's office for all classroom
requests (see above).