Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity
University of Washington
Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity
University of Washington
Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity
University of Washington

University of Washington - Office of Minority Affairs & Diversity

Instructional Center

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ADDRESS: Instructional Center
1307 NE 40th St
Seattle, WA 98105
PHONE: 206-543-4240
EMAIL: ic@uw.edu

 

Last Revised: Nov 18, 2014
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Computer Lab

IC Annex There are many computer labs on the UW campus to serve student needs, but OMAD students can find what they need in the IC computer lab.

As of Autumn 2014, we have twenty-two brand new Windows 7 workstation computers for student use, one scanner, two servers and one printer. We are grateful to the Student Tech Fee Committee, whose generous grants over the years have made this possible. Our workstation computers are distributed throughout the IC as follows:

Location Number
Computer Lab 10
Biology 1
Chemistry 2
Econ & Accounting 1
Math & Statistics 3
Physics & Engineering 2
Psychology 1
Writing 1

We also have an extensive software selection available for student use on all of our workstations. The highlights are as follows:

  • Microsoft Office 2010
  • Adobe CS6 Ultimate Suite which includes Photoshop (Extended Version), Dreamweaver, Premiere Pro, Illustrator and more.
  • IBM SPSS 21
  • Gauss 13
  • Maple 17
  • Wolfram Mathematica 9
  • Stata 12
  • Stella 10

Lab Rules

IC student working in the lab

  • The lab is to be used only by OMAD, registered students, and IC staff.
  • Students may not play games on the computers.
  • No food or drinks are allowed in the lab.
  • Computers left unattended for more than fifteen minutes will be made available to others.
  • Students may not view sexually explicit material or other offensive files.
  • Be considerate of other users in the lab.
  • Avoid wasting limited resources, such as engaging in extended on-line chat or e-mail, when others are waiting.
Last Revised: Nov 18, 2014
Last Revised: Nov 18, 2014
Last Revised: Nov 18, 2014