City University London B200
City, University of London
Type: Centrally managed lecture theatre with fixed seating
Last month saw the opening of B200, a new lecture theatre in University Building that is set to become one of City’s flagship learning spaces. The theatre is now live, with the first timetabled lectures having already taken place. Explore B200 from a presenter point of view in the 360° photo above.
Positioned above the new main entrance to the university, this space was previously host to ‘The Hub’, a Graduate Centre within the library (as shown below)
Now a light and airy amphitheatre-style space, B200 is set to provide an inspiring learning environment for staff and students alike.
There are other lecture theatres with ‘horseshoe’ style seating across City, notably R101 in the Franklin building and several of the Cass theatres at Bunhill Row, but B200 is by far the largest of them all.
AV Pod (including PC, DVD/CD player, speakers, laptop connection and visualiser)
Step-free access (via a lift) – due to become available from end of November 2016
Please contact the IT Service Desk to check status