Advanced Training Labs & Flex Labs

Four unique spaces on the 3rd Floor of the Duderstadt Center support two different teaching and learning methods. Advanced Training Labs 1 and 2 (ATL 1 and ATL 2) are instructor-led classroom format computer labs. Flex Labs A and B are open-plan with movable furniture that can be reconfigured by users during their group session if desired. These spaces are provided to support curricular and co-curricular learning that engages DC resources.


The Advanced Training Labs are featured in the video above.

Advanced Training Labs (ATL) 1 and 2

ATL 1 (Rooms 3336-A&C) and ATL 2 (Rooms 3336 B&D) have 22 workstations each. They may be combined into a single 44-seat instructional space. These labs feature:

  • Up to 44 dual-boot workstations that can run either Mac OS X 10.13 or Windows 10
  • 6500 Lumen 1080p LED projectors, connected to the instructor station or a laptop
  • DVD/Blu-ray players
  • High-resolution document cameras for projection
  • Wireless lavalier microphones for the instructors

ATL 1 and ATL 2 are located in the southeast half of the Duderstadt Center 3rd Floor.

Instructors: ATL 1 and 2 are available for occasional or regularly-scheduled class meetings. Please see “DC Support for Courses and Academic Programs” for more information.

For all other uses please contact dc-scheduling@umich.edu.


Flex Labs A (Room 3358A) and Flex Lab B (Room 3358 B)

A view of a Flex Lab. The large open space and movable tables and seating may be configured by users as needed during the course of a session. Here the room is in presentation format

Image courtesy of the ARI (Alternate Reality Initiative) student organization

Flex Lab A (Room 3358-A) and Flex Lab B (Room 3358-B) are flexible, open spaces of 1,350 square feet each, with movable tables and chairs and multiple large-format displays that can accommodate a variety of presentation methods, seating arrangements and collaborative work surfaces. Flex Labs A and B are located in the southeast half of the Duderstadt Center 3rd Floor.

Instructors: Flex Labs A and B are available for occasional or regularly-scheduled class meetings. Please see “DC Support for Courses and Academic Programs” for more information.

For all other uses please contact dc-scheduling@umich.edu.

A view of a Flex Lab. Here, students have reconfigured the movable furniture into collaborative group work areas.

Image by Kaavya Ramachandhran, courtesy of the ARI (Alternate Reality Initiative) student organization