The Information Technology Lab at the School of Information is located in the University Administration Building (UTA) 1.210. The main lab offers the use of collaborative stations and equipment available for in-lab use or check-out. The lab is staffed by Teaching Assistants ("purpleshirts") who can assist in technological instruction.
The lab also contains
- The Computer Classroom (UTA 1.210A), which is available for lab use when courses are not meeting
- The Digitization Suite (UTA 1.210B), where advanced digitization tools are available for use for classes or by appointment
- The Computer Workroom (UTA 1.210C), where Lab computers (most Windows and OS X based) are housed and short courses and smaller classes can meet
- A/V Rooms (UTA 1.210DA and DB), where persons in the iSchool community can record and use screen-capture software
IT Lab Collaborative Stations
The IT Lab contains four collaborative stations suitable for groups of 6-7 students. Each station contains a large table surface and monitor, connected to a Mac Mini and Apple TV. You can connect wirelessly with your Apple Device or PC with Windows 10, or connect your computer with an HDMI cable.
To reserve a collaborative station, email firstname.lastname@example.org or ask a member of the lab staff to create a reservation for you. Please include your name, and the reservation date and time.
- Reservations may only be made during regular lab hours of operation (found here).
- Max reservation time is 3 hours unless otherwise approved by a lab staff member. Please refer to the calendar below to view current reservations and availabilities.
A/V (Audio/Visual) Rooms
The IT Lab contains Each A/V room contains a Mac and/or PC desktop with the video editing program Camtasia, as well as high quality audio microphones. You may reserve one of the A/V rooms any time the lab is open.
Schedule a time below!
- IT Lab Access is generally restricted to to members of the iSchool community, including any student enrolled in an iSchool course, absent other arrangment.
- Persons using the iSchool IT Lab must abide by the University of Texas Acceptable Use Policy.
- The lab may refuse service to persons who violate the Acceptable Use Policy or who are otherwise disruptive on the premises.
The School of Information IT Lab is usually staffed by Teaching Assistants enrolled in the iSchool. Lab staff may
- Assist with technological problems related to use of lab resources;
- Offer limited assistance in the use of technology as it pertains to iSchool course assignments;
- Offer instruction related to the use of technology.
- Food and drink are only allowed in certain designated areas in the IT Lab.
- Drinks are only allowed in spill-proof or capped containers.
- NO FOOD OR DRINK IS ALLOWED in the Computer Classroom (UTA 1.210) or the Media Workroom (1.210B) with the exception of bottled water, due to the everyday use of rare materials.