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The London Hackspace at Ujima House has a classroom on the 1st floor for workshops, training sessions, small events and group engagements.  
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The London Hackspace at Ujima House had a classroom on the 1st floor for workshops, training sessions, small events and group engagements.  
  
It can easily hold groups of 30-40 with the table and chair arrangement  in the configuration below. Without tables, the room can hold easily 60-70.  
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It could easily held groups of 30-40 with the table and chair arrangement  in the configuration below. Without tables, the room can hold easily 60-70.  
  
 
The desk configuration shown below is ideal for most events: ample power sockets and network connections for workshop attendees with laptops and mobile phone chargers.
 
The desk configuration shown below is ideal for most events: ample power sockets and network connections for workshop attendees with laptops and mobile phone chargers.
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If you want to use the Hackspace for some organised purpose (as above), please email the [http://groups.google.com/group/london-hack-space london-hack-space mailing list] and get your event on the calendar.
 
If you want to use the Hackspace for some organised purpose (as above), please email the [http://groups.google.com/group/london-hack-space london-hack-space mailing list] and get your event on the calendar.
 
We are working out how best to keep the lights off where darkness is needed such as video projection, illuminated demonstration, or LAN parties. Taping a bowl over the movement sensors feels a bit crude and would still require the motion sensor to time-out.
 
  
 
==Photos==
 
==Photos==
 
[[File:Ujimaclassroom.JPG|400px|thumb|left|Classroom view towards the dry erase board and projector screen]]
 
[[File:Ujimaclassroom.JPG|400px|thumb|left|Classroom view towards the dry erase board and projector screen]]
 
[[File:UjimaClassroomInstructorsView.JPG|400px|thumb|center|Classroom view from the Instructor POV]]
 
[[File:UjimaClassroomInstructorsView.JPG|400px|thumb|center|Classroom view from the Instructor POV]]

Latest revision as of 18:10, 2 December 2019

The London Hackspace at Ujima House had a classroom on the 1st floor for workshops, training sessions, small events and group engagements.

It could easily held groups of 30-40 with the table and chair arrangement in the configuration below. Without tables, the room can hold easily 60-70.

The desk configuration shown below is ideal for most events: ample power sockets and network connections for workshop attendees with laptops and mobile phone chargers.

We encourage open source meet-ups, women and minority in technology groups, STEM organisations, amateur radio hobbyists, cybersecurity enthusiasts and other similar community groups to use the space.

If you want to use the Hackspace for some organised purpose (as above), please email the london-hack-space mailing list and get your event on the calendar.

Photos

Classroom view towards the dry erase board and projector screen
Classroom view from the Instructor POV