Academic and Emerging Technologies (AET) works with academic schools and departments to ensure that the computer labs have all the appropriate class software installed for instructional needs. Click here for a list OIT Computer Labs Current Software List
Students can find available computers in the SSM 152 Open-Access lab via this live map
Academic and Emerging Technologies (AET) manages seven instructional computer labs that are primarily used for scheduled academic courses. All labs are dual boot capable in that they are primarily Windows, but also able to boot into Linux by restarting the computer and pressing F12. Two media Mac workstations are available in SSM 152.
- 5 General-use instructional computer labs (used primarily for scheduled classes) ACS 135, COB 281, KL 202, KL 208, and SSM 154
- 1 Language computer labs (used for teaching foreign-language classes) SSM 102
- 1 Open Access Labs (available for drop-in use; never scheduled for classes) SSM 152
The School of Engineering manages two Linux labs: SE1 100 and SE1 138. SoE Linux Lab Support E-mail
Labs become open-access when classes are not in session, making them available for drop-in use by students, staff, and faculty.
RemoteLab is a virtualized computing environment provided by the Office of Information Technology. This computing environment can be accessed through a web browser from off-campus without needing a VPN. This service provides access to instructional software and high performance computing environments to those using a Mac or a PC through Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, or Safari.
Printers are available in all of the AET computers labs except for ACS 135. All printers use UCMPrint and can be utilized by faculty, staff, students, and visitors with a print card. KL 210 and SSM 152 offer drop-in printer use that's open during all computer lab hours, which the instructional lab printers are available to the scheduled classes in them.
- Linux Labs (managed by School of Engineering): SE1 100 and SE1 138.