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Introduction

The College maintains computing environments for the purpose of satisfying specialized computing needs. These spaces are intended to be for specific use and are not intended to serve as "general purpose" rooms or an alternative to each student having their own computing resources.  

Liaisons were identified, in coordination with the department heads, for labs in each academic unit.  The liaisons for each lab have been identified below.  Software and change requests will first be vetted through the liaison before being implemented.  

 

Computer lab
/ resource name
LocationLiaison
(click for contact info.)
Resources

Pipeline
Constraints

BIM lab

Francis 203Julian Kang

26 HP Desktops

(minus)

Live lab

Lagford C108André Thomas19 HP Desktops(minus)

Geo-Design lab

Langford A347Douglas Wunneburger24 Dell Desktops(minus)

Interactive lab

Langford C109Bill Jenks22 HP Desktops(minus)

Design/Graphics Studio

Langford C110Bill Jenks25 iMacs(tick)
Post-production roomLangford C416aBill Jenks 2 HP Workstations, 2 iMacs(tick)
Animation / Effects StudioLangford C306Bill Jenks 20 iMacs(tick)
Viz Grad StudioLangford C412, C310, Various Bldg C 4th floor nooksBill Jenks 34 HP Workstations(tick)