The primary mission of the computer lab is to enhance the library science curriculum with the latest computer technology and programs. In order that the community of students and faculty have a successful computing experience, users are asked to follow the guidelines in the Computer Lab Agreement.
Summer Term Hours (May 18-August 8)
The Department of Library and Information Science lab in Columbus School of Law Room 318 and Information Commons Room 315 are open and staffed for students and faculty during the following hours:
|Monday||9 AM - 5 PM|
|Tuesday||9 AM - 7 PM|
|Wednesday||9 AM - 8 PM|
|Thursday||9 AM - 5 PM|
|Friday:||9 AM - 12 noon|
|Saturday:||11:00 AM - 3:00 PM (closed 5/23, 7/4, 7/18 & 8/1)|
For other times, e-mail email@example.com.
Appointments are available between 4-9 PM Monday thru Wednesday and during Saturday lab hours.
Students may use the general computing lab in Leahy 117 24/7 but these computers do not have library science software on them.
The Lab staff are located in the Information Commons - Room 315 in the Columbus School of Law
|Call the Lab Staff:
||Tel-202-319-6129 or 202-319-5085|
|E-mail the Lab Staff:||cua-slislab[@]cua.edu|
|Submit a Reservation:||Computer Lab Columbus School of Law Room 318 for classroom reservation email labstaff at: cua-slislab[@]cua.edu|
Lab Room 318 Columbus School of Law Reservation Calendar
|The Information Commons is a place that brings bring together students, expertise, and technology in an enriched environment promoting collaboration and innovation in support of learning, teaching, and research.|
|New student orientation, colloquia and special guest speakers are held in this location. Students frequently convene here for group project work.|
Located in the Columbus School of Law Room 315A, the Media Lab supports faculty and students' multi-media projects. Staff can assist you with multi-media hardware, software testing or editing video. Reservations should be made ahead of time. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for availability and reservations.
Technology Resource Sandbox
LIS students may independently try out software, experiment with assistive technology in preparation for helping users in a professional seating, or experiment with a Kindle e-book reader. The lab staff may also assist students and faculty in exploring these resources.
Do you need specific software or hardware? Search the Technology Inventory to find out what best serves your needs.