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Classroom facilities/software:


The Harriet Cheney Cowles Memorial Library features three classroom-oriented computer labs.

  • Rooms 223 & 235 have 26 PC stations, a LCD projector, a LaserJet 4300 series printer and scanners. Standard software includes Windows XP, Mathematica, SPSS, SPlus, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Visual Studio, Mozilla, Internet Explorer, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Web Based Email and access to French, Spanish, German, and English placement testing software.

  • Room 209 has 23 PC stations, a LCD projector, a LaserJet 4300 printer and several scanners. Standard software is the same as in Lab 223 & 235; however, several other pieces of graphics software have been added including Adobe Creative Suite Premium.

Hawthorne Hall features two classroom-oriented computer labs and a mini lab.

  • Room 106 has 28 PC stations, a LCD projector, a LaserJet 4300 series printer and scanners. Standard software includes Windows XP, Mathematica, SPSS, SPlus, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Visual Studio, Mozilla, Internet Explorer, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Web Based E-mail and access to French, Spanish, German, and English placement testing software.

  • Room 112 has 23 PC stations, a LCD projector, a LaserJet 4300 printer. Standard software is the same as in room 106. This lab also has numerous desks that are free of computers to allow better student engagement when not working on the lab computers.

Additional labs/software:  Instructional Resources also oversees operations in number of smaller labs around campus.

·         The World Languages Tutoring Lab is located in the Room 208 of the library.  It is equipped with eight PCs and a LaserJet 4300.  These computers are reserved for the use of world languages & cultures students and staff. If it is not in use, it can be an open lab.

·         The Study Lab is located in the second floor of the library. There are 26 computers located in 3 separate areas. The study lab is equipped with a LaserJet 4300. Our standard set of software is loaded which includes: Windows XP, Microsoft Office, Mozilla, Internet Explorer and Acrobat Reader.

·         The Kinesiology Lab is located in the Fieldhouse. The lab contains five PCs and a laser printer. Access is limited to kinesiology department activities.

·         The Psychology Lab is located in Dixon Hall. The lab contains four PCs and a laser printer. Access is limited to psychology department activities.

·         The Sociology Lab is now located in Weyerhaueser. It is equipped with five PCs and a laser printer. Access is limited to sociology department activities.

·         The Chemistry Lab is located in the science building. It is equipped with 10 PCs and a laser printer. Access is limited to chemistry department activities.

·         The Physics Lab is located in the science building. It is equipped with eight PCs and a laser printer. Access is limited to physics department activities.

·         The music building contains two labs, one is on the second floor and is designated the Music Lab. It is equipped with four Macintosh computers and software designed for the music program. The other lab is designated the Piano Lab and is located on the first floor. There are seven Macintosh computers and software designed for the music program. Access is limited for music department activities.

·         The Education Lab is located in Dixon Hall. It is equipped with 12 PCs and two iMacs.  This lab also contains a SmartBoard and document camera to help facilitate the use of classroom technology. Access is limited for education department activities.

·         The Art Lab is located in the Fine Arts Building . It is equipped with five PCs, a single Macintosh Computer and a laser printer. Access is limited for art department activities.

·         The Computer Science Lab is located in Lindaman. It is equipped with 25 PCs, laser printer and a single scanner. The workstations are multi-platform (Windows XP and Linux) and set up for the special requirements of the CS department. Access is limited to computer science students and/or students taking a CS class, level 171 or higher.

·         The Weyerhaueser Lab is located in the Weyerhaueser Building. It is equipped with eight PCs and a laser printer. This is an open lab.

 

Software acquisition/installation:  limited funding is available from Instructional Resources for software packages to be installed in the computer labs. All software installations in the computer labs are subject to manufacturer's licensing agreements and computer's compatibility and must be approved by instructional resources. Please allow adequate time for software installs. 

 

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