This floor plan sample represents the lecture center furniture and equipment layout.
"Lecture halls differ from seminar rooms in that they allow for little versatility in use, although they are no less flexible than, for example, chemistry laboratories. Experimentation, group work, and other contemporary educational methods are not practicable in a lecture hall. On the other hand, lecture halls are excellent for focusing the attention of a large group on a single point, either an instructor or an audio-visual presentation, and modern lecture halls often feature audio-visual equipment. A microphone and loudspeakers are common to help the lecturer be heard, and projection screens may be used for large displays. The acoustic properties of lecture halls have been the subject of numerous international studies, some even antedating the use of electronic amplification." [Lecture hall. Wikipedia]
The floor plan example "Lecture center" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the School and Training Plans solution from the Building Plans area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.