Audiovisual Equipment Loan Services
Education Computer Lab
The Faculty of Education Computer Lab is located on the third floor (Room 328), and consists of a large microcomputer complex that houses two labs with IBM computers and a third lab with Macintosh computers. There are laser printing and scanning facilities, and consultants are available for help. This facility is available for courses, workshops and individual use by students and university staff. There is a charge for laser printing.
Hours of Operation
|Monday to Thursday
|9:00 - 20:45
9:00 - 17:00
12:00 - 17:00
Closed Saturdays and holidays. Summer hours to be announced.
The staff of the Computer Lab will help you get started and answer brief questions to the best of their knowledge (no consulting is done over the phone or outside of the Lab). Workshops are offered periodically to staff and students on how to use the computers and various software packages. The Lab Coordinator is available by appointment to assist staff regarding such topics.
SIS/Graduate Student Computer Lab
The School of Information Studies/Graduate Student Computer Lab is located on the 5th floor (Room 513). It contains 24 PC computers, with printing and scanning facilities.
This lab is used for School of Information Studies’ courses and course-related labs; when not in use for these purposes, the lab is open to all Education graduate students. A schedule is posted on the lab door, in the fall and winter terms.
The lab is accessible by ID card only.
IT Customer Services
There are 3 ways to request IT–related support:
- Create a Job Ticket
- Send an E-mail to itsupport [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Support)
- Call the Help Desk (514) 398-3398
For fast and easy access to the broad range of McGill IT services, please refer to the IT web site.
Installed Classroom Technologies
The University maintains a detailed listing of classrooms which includes installed technologies and instructions for using them. McGill staff can sign in to the Classroom A/V Instructions section of the McGill IT KnowledgeBase for information and photographs on Faculty of Education classrooms.
Education Library Public Computers
58 public computers running Windows XP are available in the Education Library.
myCourses (WebCT Vista)
Virtually all of the classroom and public space in Faculty of Education buildings is WiFi ready. There are just a few dead zones where having WiFi would interfere with research equipment. Check the link below to find out how to log on.