College of Education Computer Lab, OH 041
O’Donnell 041, the PC Lab, seats 25 students. The computers use the Windows 10 operating system. Other classroom equipment includes a LCD Projector mounted in the ceiling, and a DVD/VHS combo. Software available includes the Office 2016 suite, Adobe CS suite, and SPSS. The printer in 041 is on the university “Pay-for-print” system.
The 041 PC Lab, is available through Academic Scheduling email@example.com. Workshops, Masters Examinations and other events can be scheduled around the classes, on Fridays and some weekends. Students are welcome to use the labs at all other open times (M-F 7am-7pm).
College of Education & Center for English language Learning Lab, OH 033
The College of Education has partnered with the Center for English language programs (CELP) to upgrade the 24 computers in O’Donnell 033. CELP has the lab reserved for 24 hours/week, and the college has some classes scheduled also. When classes are not in session, the lab is available for all students to use.
The computers use the Windows 10 operating system. Other classroom equipment includes a LCD Projector mounted in the ceiling, and a DVD/VHS combo. Software available includes the Office 2016 suite, Adobe CS suite, and SPSS. The printer in 041 is on the university “Pay-for-print” system.
Graduate student in the college with key cards can get access to the computer labs evenings and weekends using their key card.
NMSU TECH (Test and Evaluation Collaboration Hub) Center, OH 143-151
The Department of Defense is making it possible for the NMSU College of Education to turn ordinary classrooms into a novel learning environment that engages students in a complex science, math, and technology curriculum. The TECH lab, developed by TEQGames, a learning and simulation company based in Orlando, Florida, features computer-based aviation platforms and simulators that engage students in a variety of missions that require critical thinking in applying core math and science competencies ranging from time-speed-distance calculations to advanced physics.
This lab is scheduled by the College of Education’s STEM Center (https://stem.nmsu.edu/) and will be available for 5th – 12th grade students in the many NMSU STEM outreach programs that are offered, as well as NMSU undergraduates and professional development for pre-service and in-service teachers.
Scheduling is handles by The STEM Outreach Center, contact STEM Outreach Center Director Dr. Susan Brown at (575) 646-1397 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions about the technology, contact Levon Church at (575) 528-7310 or email email@example.com