The Departments of Art Education and Art History share a Computer Lab in the Johnston Building (WJB 2040) which is outfitted with 24 student iMacs, one instructor iMac attached to an LCD projector, and a print station where students may print using their FSU Cards (b&w 10¢ per page, color 25¢). The lab is occasionally reserved for testing and workshops, and is used every Tuesday afternoon in the spring and fall semesters for the IT for Art Historians course.
When it is not reserved for classes or workshops and when monitors are available to supervise the space, the lab is open to all students in WJB for quiet study. Graduate assistants and work study staff from Art Education and Art History manage and supervise the lab during these public hours, typically three to four days per week, from 9 am to 3 pm. When the lab is not reserved but monitors are not available to open it, the lab is accessible by card-swipe for graduate students in the two host departments, with the understanding that they will not prop the door, disconnect or change any equipment, leave the room open, or allow other users who do not have swipe access into the room. All other users may request access in special circumstances by contacting Jean Hudson.
The 25 iMacs in the lab are all automatically updated with latest versions of the Mac operating system, Microsoft Office, and the Adobe Creative Cloud suite. They are also outfitted with Filemaker Pro. Two of the computers have SPSS Statistics software. All FSU users can log on to the computers using their FSUID.
This calendar displays reserved class, meeting, and workshop times in the lab, as well as the schedule of monitors during supervised open hours. NOTE: Staff supervision is not available during the summer semesters.