Hawai‘i Community College
Hale Kea Advancement and Testing Center

Manono Campus Building 387
Phone (808) 934–2540
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ELECTRONIC CLASSROOM

The Electronic Classroom located in the Hale Kea Advancement and Testing Center is a modern, technology–equipped classroom (referred to as the Manono 387–Tech Room in the course schedule). The Electronic Classroom is available to faculty and staff for Hawai‘i Community College related classes and meetings.

Room Use and Reservations

  • Requests to reserve the electronic classroom are handled by the Hale Kea Advancement and Testing Center.
  • Requests must be made by a Hawai‘i CC faculty or staff member. Academic courses scheduled through the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs’ office receive priority in all scheduling situations.
  • If requesting a reservation to use the electronic classroom after normal Hale Kea hours, special arrangements will also need to be made (e.g. key requests).
  • To use the Polycom equipment you are required to notify and submit a request with the Hawai‘i CC Media Office (call 934-2563 for more information).

Classroom Equipment

  • 25 Dell PC computer stations: one instructor, 22 standard student, two wheelchair accessible workstations equipped with PC desktop computers
  • All PCs have CD/DVD trays, and USB ports
  • Two black/white laser printers (paper not supplied)
  • LCD Projector
  • Large Projection Screen
  • ELMO digital document projector
  • DVD/VCR player
  • Large Screen TVs with Polycom video–conferencing capabilities


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THE HALE KEA ADVANCEMENT AND TESTING CENTER
Hawai‘i Community College | 200 West Kawili Street | Hilo, HI 96720-4091 | (808) 934–2540

email us: hawccdet@hawaii.edu

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