Located in CS-333 are 14 networked Windows 7 workstations, a server, and a high volume printer. These computers are available for student use M-F 8 AM to at least 5 PM, unless classes are in session. This high-traffic lab is used to support student learning in chemistry, through word processing, data analysis, chemical communication, electronic homework, course websites, and molecular modeling.
Computer accounts are necessary if a student wishes to print (limit 20 pages per week), and are available by having course faculty submit your coyoteid number for entry. You must be a chemistry major or enrolled in a chemistry course to get access, and you log in with your coyoteid and password ("single signon") as you do elsewhere on campus.
Questions about the lab can be directed to Prof. Kimberley Cousins (email@example.com).