Classroom Technology

Classroom Technology.

Drew University offers Technology Integrated Learning Environments (TILEs) of all sizes to support teaching & learning, student engagement, and social interaction on campus. These rooms enable faculty members to bring everything – from the internet to discipline specific software – directly to the students and are designed to incorporate media and technology for a wide variety of classes and events.


Due to the need for safety, our classroom setups are slightly different right now. Please check out the videos at the DREW techASSIST pages (organized by building, and still being updated!) for a look at some of the rooms in use this semester!

The equipment in each classroom offers a powerful and stable environment designed to be flexible enough to meet any needs an instructor may have.

  • Desktops with Windows 10 Enterprise.
  • The Microsoft Office Suite, CloudPC, web browsers and many other software applications.
  • LCD data projectors.
  • VHS and DVD units plus a DVD drive in the computer.
    • VHS units are much harder to replace these days and are being phased out.

All rooms are covered by the wireless network, and some have one network jack per seat to enable students to use their laptops in class. Each classroom is also equipped with a campus phone and usage/troubleshooting documentation in case of difficulty.