Computer Classrooms and Labs
Computerized classrooms and labs are in every academic building on campus. There are two main types of computerized classrooms: fully-computerized classrooms and Instructor Workstation classrooms. Fully-computerized classrooms have a multimedia station at the front of the room for the instructor and a computer at every student seat. An Instructor Workstation classroom has the traditional student desks and a multimedia station for the instructor only. All multimedia stations are equipped with a networked computer, ceiling mounted LCD video/data projector, switching system, audio amplifier with wall mounted speakers, and a wall screen. Some rooms also have a video document camera and/or a VCR/DVD player.
How to Access:
How to Request:
Please contact your Department Chair, Dean, or the Registrar's Office to arrange scheduling of these classrooms.
Requesting Software Installations: Click on Software Installation Request for Classrooms and Labs and log in with your BlueNet account username and password if prompted. Complete the online form and click on Review & Submit; confirm the information and click on Submit. We ask that requests for new software be submitted at least three weeks in advance. This timeframe gives IT a chance to thoroughly evaluate the software to assure it will work well in our environment.
- Hours vary depending on location.