Computing Lab Information
The Poole College of Management Computing Labs include the 61-computer Teaching Lab, the 35-computer Auxiliary Lab, and the 39-computer Walk-In Lab. The Graduate Labs include the 8-computer Master in Accounting Lab, the 8-computer Master of Business Administration Lab and the 6-computer Economics Graduate Lab.
Computer Lab Locations
Access: The Undergraduate Computing Labs are located in the basement of Nelson Hall. On weekends, the labs can be accessed only through one door at the back entrance to the building. This is the door facing the small parking lot behind Nelson Hall. You must walk down the steps or ramp to access this door.
Please email any questions, concerns, or comments to email@example.com
Walk-In Lab (Undergraduate) New Location for Fall 2013!
Usage: All COM students
Usage: Instructor led classes only
Usage: Instructor led classes only
Master of Accounting Lab
Usage: MAC Students only
Master of Business Administration Lab
Usage: MBA Students Only
Economic Graduate Lab
Usage: ECG Students Only
Walk-in Lab Schedule for Fall 2013
|Monday – Thursday||7:30 am – 10:00 pm|
|Friday||7:30 am – 6:00 pm|
|Saturday||12:00 pm – 5:00 pm|
|Sunday||12:00 pm – 8:00 pm|
Lab OPENS FOR THE FALL on Wednesday, 8/21/2013, @ 7:30 am
Lab closes at the following times during the fall:
Labor Day Holiday
Friday, 8/31/2013, 6:00 pm until Tuesday, 9/03/2013, 7:30 am
Wednesday, 10/09/2013, 10:00 pm until Monday, 10/14/2013, 7:30 am
Tuesday, 11/26/2013, 10:00 pm until Monday, 12/02/2013, 7:30 am
Lab CLOSES FOR THE FALL on Tuesday, 12/17/2013, @ 10:00 pm
Lab REOPENS FOR SPRING on Monday, 1/06/2014, @ 7:30 am
Computing Labs Software Suite
Faculty members may email the lab administrator, Donna Barrett, firstname.lastname@example.org, to request new or upgraded software. Every reasonable attempt will be made to accommodate the request.
Software is available in all computing lab areas and Nelson classrooms unless otherwise noted.
Peachtree Complete Accounting 2011
ACL Desktop Education Edition
Business Operations Mgmt
SAP AG’s SAPGUI
Microsoft Visio 2007
NCSU Google Mail
Instructor Tools (limited to computer lab classrooms)
AICPA Research Engine
Microsoft Internet Explorer
IT Resource Access Tools
ESRI ArcGIS 9
Maplesoft Maple 15
Media Players/Viewers/Content Enhancement
Adobe Acrobat Reader
Cyberlink Corp PowerDVD
Oracle Java JRE
Microsoft Windows 7 ×64 Enterprise
Microsoft Office 2007 (Access, Excel, Powerpoint, Word)
Mathworks Matlab 2012a (+ Dynare plug-in coming soon)
Microsoft Visual Studio Pro 2008
Northwestern Univ. NetLogo (coming soon)
Microsoft Project 2007
JMP for SAS 9
R for Windows and R-Studio (coming soon)
SAS 9.3 ×64
SAS Enterprise Guide 5.1
IBM SPSS Statistics 19/AMOS 19
Virtual World – Collaboration
Linden Research Second Life Viewer
The Computing Lab and Wolfcopy Printing
Wolfcopy is a service whereby printing management and costs are completely handled by another campus unit and is paid for by the consumer (students) on a per page basis.
What Happens during Printing
When a user elects to print a job from one of the COM Computing Lab Facilities (undergraduate or graduate), the job is spooled (sent) to a queue located on one of Office of Information Technology (OIT) systems (this means that it has to travel out of the building). The OIT system processes the print job, determines what printer it is destined for, and sends it off to be printed.
As with any system there are always possible undesired side effects. The systems that process the print jobs and talk to the printers are located in buildings other than Nelson. If those systems or the pathway between us is experiencing problems, we will see that manifest itself in our labs.