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Computer Labs - Hours and Descriptions

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Computer Labs and Descriptons

Gwynedd-Mercy College offers general purpose and specialized computer facilities for use by individual students and scheduled classes. One lab at the main campus is maintained as an "open lab" for general use. These labs are managed by Institutional Technology Services and staffed by lab managers or student computer lab aids and assistants who help users with the various software and hardware.

Computer Lab Hours and Open Computer Labs

Student Technology Center at Saint Bernard Hall Room 14

It is open for general use. It houses 30 Windows 7 workstations and 5 imac computers. All computers have acess to the internet. The lab supports a variety of courses in every discipline of the University. Software includes Net Express 4 (COBOL), Visual Studio.net 2005, Qbasic, 8086 and 370 assembler, Front Page 2002, Image Composer, Macromedia Director MX 2004, Macromedia Studio MX 2004, Microsoft Project 2002, Visible Analyst and Microsoft Office 2007. The room is equipped CD-RW/DVD combo, a scanner and 20 shared laser jet printers.

The Fall / Spring semester hours for this room are:

Monday -Thursday      8:00 AM - 8:00 PM 
Friday      8:00 AM - 2:00 PM

The Summer hours for this room are:

Monday -Friday     8:00 AM - 4:00 PM 
 

Natural Science/Mathematics Computer Lab - Located on the 2nd floor of Keiss Hall in Room-203

The usual hours for this room are:

Monday - Thursday      8:30 AM - 9:00 PM
Friday      8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday      CLOSED
Sunday      CLOSED 

Natural Science/Mathematics Computer Lab (Keiss Hall Room 203) 

The natural science/mathematics lab holds 20 Pentium-4 workstations with access to the internet on a Windows XP network. These systems support Microsoft Office 2003, Visual Studio.net2005, Qbasic, Derive 5, Maple 11, Interactive General Chemistry, Environmental Science (Computer Lab Simulation), Virtual Chemistry Lab, Geometer's SKETCHPAD, 1. C& S Solutions software, Adult Clinical Simulation, Neonatal Clinical Simulation, Pediatric Clinical Simulation & Neonatal Clinical Simulation, Math-XL, SE Clinical Simulation, GAP4, Macromedia Studio MX 2004, Macromedia Director MX 2004 and Front Page 2002. The room is also equipped with RW-CD/DVD combo, scanner, and shared laser jet printer.

Departmental Computer Labs

Computer Science Division Lab (St. Bernard's Room 14)

The laboratory for computer information sciences majors holds 24 Pentium-D Dell GX745 workstations with access to the Internet on a Windows 7 network. These systems support, Visual Basic 6, Visual Studio.net 2003, Qbasic, CrossTec (NetOp School) Front Page 2002, Image Composer, Macromedia Director MX 2004 and Microsoft Office 2003. The room is equipped with a remote controlled projection system, CD-RW/DVD combo drive, a scanner and shared LaserJet printer.

Star Schools Learning Center (St. Bernard's Room 16)

This lab features 20 student workstations with networked Pentium-D Dell GX745 computers running Windows 7, Microsoft Office 2003 and equipped with CD-RW/DVD combo drive. These systems support MVLP Studio MX 2004 (Dreamweaver, Fireworks, and Flash), Front Page 2002, Image Composer, Adobe Photoshop CS6 and NetOp SchooI system. All computers are located in recessed desks to provide an optimal learning environment without the obstructions common in an ordinary computer lab. Equipped with Smart Board technology to improve teaching, multimedia presentations and interaction with students. A scanner and laser jet network printers are also provided.

Health Information Management Computer Lab (Keiss Hall Room 102) 

The laboratory for health information management majors holds 16 Pentium-4 workstations with access to the Internet on a Windows 7 network. These systems support Office 2003, Softmed for Windows, Stedman's Medical Dictionary 5.0, Bodyworks, 3M HIS and MRS ROADS 6. The room is equipped with Smart Board technology and a remote controlled projection system, scanner and a shared printer.

Nursing Computer Lab (Keiss Hall Room 103) 

The nursing lab holds 24 Pentium-4 workstations with access to the internet on a Windows 7 network. These systems support Office 2003, C&D Programs (OraIMeds, Math, SafeMeds, Pharma), SPSS for Windows, Immunization, AZ Nursing, NCLEX-RN Success, Meds Nursing, Advance Finance for Nurse Executive, PDS Nursing Scenarios, Central Venous Catheters, Ency Nursing skills, Iprax Course works v3.2, Iprax Just Pay v3.2, Dosage & Calculations Made Easy and Clinical experience (Interview, Assess, Diagnose). The room is also equipped with CD-RW/DVD combo, and Shared laser printer.

Physics/Mathematics Computer Lab (Keiss Hall Room 202) 

The physics/mathematics lab holds 21 Pentium-4 laptops with wireless access to the internet on a Windows 7 network. These systems support Microsoft Office 2003, Derive 5, Maple 11.0, Pasco Science Workshop-Data Studio, Interactive Journey through Physics and Geometer's SKETCHPAD. The room is equipped with a remote controlled projection system and Smart Board, scanner and a shared printer.

Business Computer Lab (Fatima Hall Room 3) 

Faculty, students and staff use the business computer lab. The lab contains 24 Pentium-4 computers with access to the internet on a Windows 7 network. These systems support Microsoft Office 2003, Visual Studio 6.0, Visual Studio.net 2003, QBasic, Visible Analyst, NetOp School system and Microsoft Project 2002. The room is equipped with Smartboard technology and a remote controlled projection system, CD-RW/DVD combo, and shared LaserJet printer.