Computer Labs and Classrooms
General Access Labs and Classrooms
Located in the main campus Library building on the second floor, the Computer Center provides computer access for all students, staff and faculty. Within the Center reside 3 open access computer classrooms, an advanced computing classroom plus a large commons area with specialty equipment. The Computer Center website has additional information.
Located in the main campus Library building on the first floor, room 1303, the Digital Imaging Studio is a PC-based computer lab that features 12 workstations and a number of high resolution flatbed and film scanners. This space is supported by lab aides for consultation and technical support. The DIS is the primary place for high-quality image editing and printing. Space is available to any one who schedules it.
In the main entrance to the library, where reference can be found, there are a number of computers located in the back of the room available to all students. The computers are primarily used for internet access and word processing. There are also more terminals spread out on the second floor near where the book stacks are located. All these computers print out to the printer on the second floor by the library entrance.
Special Use Labs and Classrooms
Located on the Main campus in the Lab II building on the first floor. Focuses on providing support for students enrolled in Scientific Inquiry and Environmental Science Programs.
Advanced Computing Classroom (ACC)
Located adjacent to the GCC2 in the Computer Center, the ACC is a Linux-based classroom focusing primarily on computer programming applications. To access the lab, you must e-mail the Linux Administrator and request access. If your program uses Linux, then your faculty will reserve the space for you.
Located in the Library and Communications Buildings there are currently two 2D animation labs and one 3D lab; all macintosh computer based. These labs are avaialable to all students once proficient to complete academic work. Contact the Animation Lab Aides to schedule a proficiency or call 360.867.6139.
Located in the Main campus Library building on the first floor, room 1404. This mac-based computer lab is available to all students, once proficient, to complete academic work on a variety of projects ranging from non-linear video editing, audio multitracking, graphics, web design, animation, and more. Student lab aides are available for technical support and consultation.
Located in the Communications building this area features four music technology labs. These mac-based production spaces contain a variety of synthesizers, electronic recording devices, and array of software for producing and editing audio based projects. Access is available to students enrolled in music technology courses or with individual contracts and proficiencies.
The design lab is located on the fourth floor of the COM building. It is a complex classroom especially designed for teaching animation, puppet theatre, and design for the stage. The Lab is arranged in three areas. The Drawing & Sketching area has a number of workstations, including light tables, animation stations, and task tables. The Critique area has pin-up walls for displaying student work in animation and puppetry, including storyboards, technical sketches, images, and other visual material. The Messy Area has worktables especially arranged for teaching puppet building, and for making animation structures. The room has limited storage capacities limited to current classes. Access is granted to students enrolled in specific programs in puppet theatre and animation, or any student that is completing advance academic work in these areas and has authorization by the animation and puppet theatre faculty. A proficiency is required of all users.
The language lab is a center for language study, conversation groups, and interaction with all those interested in languages (students, staff, faculty). Computers are available for individual language study, each equipped with headphones and a mic so that speaking aloud is possible and placed in carrels for privacy. The space is multipurpose and serves individuals wanting to learn a language or maintain proficiency in a language as well as academic programs and courses in which language study is required. The lab also serves as a lounge for all those interested in languages so that they can study, network, or converse. See the Language Lab's website.
English First Language Lab
The EF Language Lab is located in the Seminar I building. This lab is used for teaching English. Access is only available to students in the EF program and it is not open to general Evergreen students.
Located in the Tacoma building. Focuses on providing support for students enrolled at the Tacoma Campus.