Nevada Building Computer Lab

The computer lab in the Nevada building recently re-opened after a Summer-long redesign of this lab/teaching space. The classroom space has seating capacity and individual workstations for 42 students and a dual over-head projection system.

Martin Wolske from the University of Illinois iSchool on the importance of matching pedagogy and learning space.
Equipment Available
  • Classroom presentation equipment
    Dual overhead projector system
    Wireless presentation capabilities
    7 – 50″ flat panel displays
    2 – 4′ x 8′ whiteboards
    7 – mobile whiteboards
  • Apple iMac (42 seats & 1 instructor, classroom)
    Base unit: 2.5 GHz i5
    Dual boot Windows 7(64 bit) and Mac OS X
    Memory: 12 GB RAM
    Video RAM: 512 MB
    CD-ROM: CD-RW/DVD drive
  • Apple 27″ iMac (6 seats, main room)
    Base Unit: 2.9 GHz quad-core Intel Core i5
    Dual boot Windows 7(64 bit) and Mac OS X
    Memory: 8 GB RAM
    CD-ROM: CD-RW/DVD drive
  • Scanners (2 available)
    Espon Perfection V30 flatbed scanner
    ScanSnap iX500
  • Printer (B&W, Color)

The Nevada lab is used for academic classes. All or part of the facility may be reserved and unavailable for public use at times during the day.



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