Class rooms and group rooms at UID are primarily used for
educational purposes. The equipment and furnishing of the rooms is
adapted to different types of educational practices, according to
the specific needs of a design school. Students can book rooms for shorter periods of time.
There are eight class rooms, or lecture rooms, at Umeå Institute
of Design: The Green room, the Blue room, the Red room, the Black
room, the White room, the Yellow room and the Rainbow room. These
rooms are equipped for teaching and learning, and teachers planning
education are assisted by UID's study administrators and house
technician in preparing the room for different kinds of teaching
sessions. Since methods and structures for education varies, it is
important that everyone helps out by following a set of simple
rules and guidelines when using a class room:
-Furniture and equipment should never be
removed from the room without checking with either house technician
or study administrator.
-Furniture and equimpent should always be
put back according to the order and layout described on the
information sheet on the wall of the room.
-Any specific needs for equimpent or furnishing should be
communicated by teachers to the house technician well in advance
(when scheduling of the course is done).
-Workshop materials, visualisations, post-it notes and other
stuff should not be left on walls, whiteboards and shelves past the
booking time of each educational session unless planned and OK:ed
by the course responsible. Any material left behind will be removed
and possibly also thrown away.
-Everyone at UID is welcome to use the rooms and holkens for UID
related purposes. If a room is not booked, you are welcome to pop
in and use it temporarily, but must also be ready to leave it if it
is booked by someone else.