Reserve RoomsInstructions for faculty reserving the Alumni Conference Room, Alumni 211, or 212 Instructions for students reserving Alumni 211 or 212
About AL 211 & AL 212 Technology ClassroomsBecause these classrooms have specialized and permanent equipment, the rooms are only open during the hours that Technology Resources is open. The rooms are available for use by students whenever it is not used for classes or reserved by someone else and can be reserved for practicing with the Promethean interactive boards, recording video lessons or presentations, practicing for other classes or for group meetings. If you have any questions concerning the use of these rooms, see Technology Resources staff for assistance. To reserve computer labs, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alumni Building Classroom Technology
Alumni 1st Floor
|107||Sharp Aquos TV + Apple TV|
|110||Data Projector, Computer, VCR/DVD Player, Wireless Microphone|
|LecA||Data Projectors (3), Computer, Blu-ray/DVD Player, Document Camera|
|LecB||Data Projectors (3), Document Camera, Blu-ray/DVD Player|
Alumni 2nd Floor
|204||Promethean Board with projector|
|210||Data Projector, Computer, VCR/DVD Player, Wireless Microphone|
|211||Promethean Board with projector, Laptop|
|212||Promethean Board with projector, Laptop|
|216||Data Projector, Sharp Aquos TV|
|217||Data Projector, Wireless Microphone|
Alumni 3rd Floor
|305||Data Projector, Sharp Aquos TV + Apple TV|
|309||Sharp 60″ HDTV|
|312||Sharp 60″ HDTV|
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University Computer Labs and Classrooms
When are the labs open?
Mack Library Technology Classrooms – ML1, ML3
Friday 7:45am-7:00pmSaturday 11:00am-7:00pm
Alumni Technology Classrooms Al 219, 220, 221 (subject to availability and need) & Language Lab – AL 222
Friday 7:45am-9:00pmSaturday 10:00am-12:00pm and 1:00pm-5:00pm
Fine Arts Labs – FA 17, 18, 19
Friday 7:45am-10:50pmSaturday 10:00am-10:50pm
Computer Science Lab – ML 2A & 2B
Friday 7:45am-9:00pmSaturday 11:00am-9:00pm
How many computers are in the lab?
- Mack Library Technology Classrooms: ML1 ~ 29 Windows 7 machines, ML3 ~ 27 Windows 7 machines
- Alumni 219 ~ 30 Windows 7 machines
- Alumni 220 ~ 30 Windows 7 machines
- Alumni 221 ~ 30 Windows 7 machines
- Fine Arts 17 ~ 16 Mac OS X (Mac Mini)
- Fine Arts 18 ~ 25 Macs OS X
- Fine Arts 19 ~ 4 Mac OS X (Mac Mini) and 10 Mac OS X
- Computer Science Lab ~ 46 Windows 7/Linux machines
Where can I find a scanner, CD burner, musical (MIDI) keyboards or audio/video editing software?
- Scanners are available in FA 17 and FA 18. There is also a film (negative) scanner in FA 18.
- CD burners are available in the Mack Library Technology Classrooms and Alumni Technology Classrooms.
- Musical keyboards are available in the Fine Arts labs.
- Video and audio editing software is available on Technology Resources mobile lab computers.
- Please do not work in the labs unless you are using the resources. The labs are not study lounges.
- Most labs have a “quiet area” where talking should be kept to an absolute minimum to allow people to concentrate. Ask a lab monitor if you are not sure where the quiet area is. If you are talking in the quiet area, you may be asked to move. Group projects should not be done in the quiet area.
- No food or drink is allowed in the labs at any time. The only exception to this policy is a sealable bottle of water, and these must be kept sealed when not in use.
- Please use courtesy when answering your cell phone in the labs. You may answer your phone in the lab, but please keep your conversations short or leave the lab and talk in the hallway. In the library, you should leave the building before answering your phone.
- Lost and found areas are located in each lab. Ask a lab monitor if you are not sure where the lost and found area is. USB keys, wallets, cell phones, and other items of significant value will be taken to the Campus Store if the lab monitor is not able to determine their owner.
- Ten minutes before the lab closes, the lab monitor will make an announcement about the lab closing. Please begin finishing your projects so that you can leave the lab on time.
- No students (graduate students included) are permitted to stay in the labs without a lab monitor, either before opening or after closing. There are two exceptions to this policy:
- Graduate students (not GA’s) may stay in the lab through chapel if they are exempt from chapel on that day.
- Any graduate student may get written permission from his/her dean to stay after the labs close for the evening; this permission should be given for a specific day or days only, not a “blanket” permission for long periods of time.