- Lecture recording cameras are installed in all CAEN-supported Michigan Engineering classrooms, and some other shared campus facilities.
- Most rooms offer dedicated whiteboard cameras to provide a clearer view of content written on the board, and many are equipped with room-wide audience microphones installed to pick up participant questions and responses.
- Some rooms have size or technical constraints, so handheld microphones may be available for audience use.
- Rooms in other units around the University are also equipped for using the the CAEN Lecture Recording Service.
North Campus rooms with built-in lecture recorders commonly used for Engineering courses and events (sorted by seating capacity):
|Room||Maximum Seating Capacity||Whiteboard Camera||Room-wide Audience Microphone||Handheld Audience Microphone(s)|
|Chrysler 220 (Chesebrough Auditorium)||234||*|
|GGBL 1571 (Iacocca Auditorium)||154|
|FXB 1109 (Boeing Auditorium)||146|
|LEC Johnson Room||115|
|Cooley G906 (White Auditorium)||78|
|Beyster 1620 (CAEN Lab)||50|
|LEC GM Conference Room||50|
|GFL 224 (CAEN Lab)||48|
|GGBL 2517 (CAEN Lab)||47|
|EECS 4440 (CAEN Lab)||35|
|Duderstadt Center 1180 (Teleconference Room)||34|
|NAME 134 (CAEN Lab)||32|
|Beyster 3725 (Conference Room)||28|
|NEL 4010 (Conference Room)||23|
|Duderstadt Center 3358AC||22|
|Duderstadt Center 3358BD||22|
|GGBL 2029 (Conference Room)||20|
|GGBL 2540 (Conference Room)||20|
* Chesebrough Auditorium contains two lapel microphones, and two handheld microphones for audience use.
Some units have non-CAEN-managed spaces that also use the CAEN Lecture Recording Service. Those interested in using the service in these areas should first contact the departmental IT support staff there:
- Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering (CLaSP)
- Duderstadt Center (DC)
- Ford School of Public Policy
- Integrative Systems + Design (ISD)
- Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA)
- School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS)
- School of Music, Theatre & Dance (SMTD)
- Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning (TCAUP)
- U-M Library