Tomsk State University: TSU opens three computer classrooms in residence halls

TSU opens three computer classrooms in residence halls. Students can use them to study online – to attend lectures and participate in seminars – as well as for their own needs. Currently, 56 computers are fully plugged in, 70 workplaces had been opened before, 128 computers will be operating in total.

TSU procures new equipment within the framework of the Digital Transformation project under the Priority 2030 program.
On the 11th of March, new computer classrooms opened in residence halls No 3, No 7, No 8, in the near future classrooms like these will be opened in dormitories No 5, No 6, as well as in Parus and Mayak.

Previously, 70 computers for students and staff were installed in the TSU Research Library: Informational Center 24/7, in Humanities’ reading hall and in the research reading hall. In February, TSU opened a network of classrooms for hybrid education AKTRU. It provides equal opportunities for students both online and offline to receive the information without burdening the teacher. The system was created on the initiative of the University Consortium of Big Data Researchers that in turn was initiated by TSU.

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