2020 Conference FAQ

Athens Information

Athens is a special place: a small town with welcoming people, a big university and many of the amenities of a big city, like vibrant music, arts, and food scenes.

Downtown Athens Information

Flagpole Guide to Athens

Miller Learning Center Information

The Zell B. Miller Learning Center is located at 48 Baxter Street in Athens, Georgia, at the intersection of Baxter Street and Lumpkin Street.


The MLC contains 26 general classrooms that range from 24 to 280 seats, as well as 4 Advanced Learning Labs with student workstations dedicated for instruction in electronic research sources, information literacy skills, software applications, and faculty development.

General classroom equipment includes:

  • An instructor podium containing all instructor accessible equipment
  • A wireless touch panel control system for control of A/V source, video projector, audio level, lighting, screens, window shades, etc.
  • 2 projection screens, chalkboards, and whiteboards
  • A data/video projector
  • 2 laptop computer connections (video/audio/ethernet)
  • CPU (features include Windows 7, Microsoft Office 2010, Internet Explorer, FTP Client, CD-R/W / DVD-ROM combo drive, 2 USB ports)  
  • VCR
  • DVD
  • BluRay player
  • Cable TV tuner
  • High-resolution document camera
  • Slide projector control
  • Program audio sound system
  • Auxiliary inputs to allow other A/V devices to be viewed and heard in the room (digital VCR player, portable video conferencing cart)
  • CAT5E Audio/Video feeds to and from a master control room
  • Real-time and e-mail feedback capabilities for helpdesk information
  • Wireless microphones and voice amplification system for the large auditorium classrooms
  • Portable equipment (available by reservation only - call the Center for Teaching and Learning at 706-542-3456):
  • Videoconferencing cart with ethernet or telephone connectivity
  • Overhead projectors
  • Slide projectors
  • Wireless PowerPoint remote


Food and drink are available from the vending machines located near the elevators on 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors and on the West Wing of the 1st floor.

Water Fountains

We have water fountains on every floor as well where you can refill your re-usable water bottles.

Wireless Access


eduroam, a free wireless service, is available at the University of Georgia. eduroam allows all UGA students, faculty and staff to get wireless service when visiting participating eduroam institutions in the U.S. and abroad.

Many higher education institutions in the United States are eduroam participants. eduroam is also available at educational institutions and research facilities in more than 85 countries.

eduroam is a wireless network option available throughout most of the UGA campus with the exception of residence halls. All UGA students, faculty and staff have access to eduroam while on campus with their wireless devices.

eduroam allows students, faculty, and staff of participating eduroam schools to get Internet access across institutions using their school’s credentials.

For example, a UGA faculty member visiting at Clemson University, which is also an eduroam participant, could use their UGA credentials (MyID@uga.edu) to log in to Clemson’s wireless network on campus. Likewise, a Clemson faculty member could do the same with their credentials when they visit the UGA campus.

eduroam provides a list of current U.S. participants and international participants.

The EITS Help Desk provides technical documentation on how to use eduroam at UGA and at participating eduroam institutions. For technical assistance, please call the EITS Help Desk at 706-542-3106.

Guest Wireless

UGA visitors without a valid MyID may access our guest wireless network, UGA_Visitors_Wifi while on our Athens campus.

UGA_Visitors_Wifi is self-service. You can find instructions for accessing this network on the EITS Help Desk site.

University of Georgia Information


The University of Georgia has a website with information specific to the University community, which is being updated regularly.

Dining (On Campus and near Campus)

Please note reduced dining service on campus during the conference because of UGA's Spring Break. However, do not worry, there will be plenty of food at the conference.

Interactive UGA Campus Map

Visitor Parking Information

The closest parking to the MLC is in the Tate Student Center parking deck, which is next to the MLC on Lumpkin Street, across from the Bolton Dining Commons.

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