Classrooms & Labs

Studio Classroom 2

Location: ECJ 3.402
Hours: flexible -- view the Calendar
Requirements: UT EID
Workstations: 24
Seating Limit: 23

Studio Classroom 2 consists of 24 desktop CPUs with seating for a total of 23 students. The computers are equipped with Microsoft Office, engineering software, internet software, and staff are available upon request for assistance. The classroom is equipped with a projection system, document camera, and laptop connection to facilitate demonstrations and instruction.

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More specific information regarding Studio Classroom 2

Guidelines

The classroom will be available to anyone in the Cockrell School of Engineering for classes, presentations, workshops, etc. However, it is not an "open lab"; that is, it's use is restricted to reserved times when there is a classroom proctor and/or a teaching assistant on duty. Reservations are prioritized on a first come, first served basis and can be made by contacting Danny Quiroz, 471-4016.  If there is a conflict, Danny will put the two parties in touch with each other so they can work out a compromise.

If someone needs a software package that is not currently available, that software is acquired:

  1. by requesting purchase from the Dean (e.g., Bob Gloyd) if it is a package that will be used generally, like PowerPoint or the other Microsoft products
  2. by the usual purchasing procedures in the department if it is a package that will be used by only one professor or department.

Software installations require two weeks lead time. Also required is help from the professor or his/her teaching assistant to test the software to assure it is working properly before it is needed in the class and to act as a point of contact for future reference.

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ITG Service Desk

service.desk@engr.utexas.edu

512-232-2486

ECJ 2.506

301 E. Dean Keeton

Austin, Texas 78712

Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-noon; 1-5 p.m.

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