Tyler Junior College

Open Computer Lab

T-315X - The Open Computer Lab Extension

What is T-315X?

The Open Computer Lab Extension, T-315X, is an extension of the Open Computer Lab.  It's primary mission is to serve as additional space for students who would like to use Open Computer Lab Resources at Tyler Junior College.  The secondary mission is to provide a space for faculty to use with their classes a few times per semester when an activity or project is enhanced by students having access to computers during class.  The Open Computer Lab Extension also serves online and hybrid faculty who would like to orient their students to the course or course materials.  In addition, the Open Computer Lab Extension is available to functional departments on campus for training events with their staff.

The Open Computer Lab Extension is a 24-seat room set up in a conventional classroom layout (rows facing front), it has an instructor's station with a projector, an Apple TV unit, sound, and microphone.  The instructor's station has Camtasia Studio installed for those who would like to use it for lecture capture.  The room also contains a printer students and staff can use if they have money available on their Pharos UniPrint account (same printing service as the Open Lab and Vaughn Library). 

How Can I Reserve T-315X?

To request use of the T-315X Open Computer Lab Extension, please fill out the form located at http://goo.gl/s8VjUZ.  

T-315X is available by reservation to faculty and staff only on a first-come, first-serve basis.  The Open Lab staff require a minimum of 48 hours processing time during the business week.  When a part-time lab coordinator is next on duty, they will review your request.  If the space is available, they will reserve it for you and send you an email confirmation and password.  If the space is not available during your requested time, they will email you and ask you if would like an alternative date or time.  

If you have any questions, please contact the Open Labs Administrator, Kristin C. Scott, at ksco@tjc.edu. 

Short URL to this page: www.tjc.edu/T-315X

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