The Collaborative, Active learning, Transformational (CAT) Classroom in Bartlett Hall is a classroom that takes face-to-face teaching with technology to a new level. With four round tables that seat six students each, a Smart Board, networked laptops and a dedicated wall-mounted monitor for each table and an instructor's station at the center of the room, the CAT Classroom allows faculty to engage students in using technology for learning during class. Session facilitators will demonstrate assignments that they’ve developed for use in the room and discuss the benefits and challenges of using the CAT classroom. Facilitated by Kim Baker, sociology, anthropology and criminology; Martie Reineke, philosophy and world religions; and Marybeth Stalp, sociology, anthropology and criminology. Registration not required.