MicroAge Instructional Lab Overview

The MicroAge Lab is a 55-seat instructional computing lab located in McClelland Hall room 218J. Room 218J is in the south-east corner of McClelland Hall's "main" floor, level 2, within the MIS Commons (room 218) suite.

The room features an instructor's workstation with multiple monitors feeding 3 projectors, with optional VGA and HDMI hookups for a laptop instead.

The student machines are Dell OptiPlex 990 machines running Windows 10, with common and specialized software:

  • Microsoft Office Suite
    • Professional Plus 2016
  • Microsoft Visio
    • Professional 2016
  • Microsoft Project
    • Professional 2010
    • Professional 2013
  • Adobe Creative Cloud "Design Tools"
    • Acrobat DC
    • Photoshop
    • Illustrator
    • InDesign
    • InCopy
    • Lightroom
    • Bridge
  • Oracle SQL Developer
  • Eclipse
  • R and RStudio
  • QuickBooks Premier - Accountant Edition
  • ProSeries
  • Notepad++
  • PuTTY
  • WinSCP
  • 7-Zip
  • Chrome
  • Firefox
  • Python (2.x and 3.x)
  • PyCharm Community Edition
  • Tableau (Requires user-side registration)

The lab also features NetSupport School, software that allows for instructor interaction and monitoring of the student computing experience.

The MicroAge Lab is a closed lab, and requires a reservation and supervising party to be used.

If you plan on teaching a course in the lab, please meet with us well before the semester starts so we can plan to meet your needs. Certain requests, like software installation, can require significant lead time.


Other Instructional Technology Support

In addition to the MicroAge Lab, we support systems and servers used in MIS courses.

These are typically virtual machines used for collaborative groupwork, or specialized software running services available to students for the purposes of instruction.

If you need with this type of instructional technology support, please submit a support request well ahead of time so we can develop a plan to accommodate your needs.