The KU Libraries offers open lab space at many of their locations. You can find locations and hours on the KU Libraries website. Click on a library name for information about computer labs.
In addition to the spaces at the KU Libraires, you may find open lab space within your individual school or department. These spaces may be restricted to students enrolled with the school or department.
KU Information Technology no longer provides lab space for classroom instruction. If you are looking for a computer lab in which to teach, see the following options:
Summerfield 413 is currently available as a centrally managed classroom lab. It has 26 PC workstations plus an instructor station, and an MFD is available just outside of the classroom on the fourth floor. If you are interested in reserving that space, you can find the reservation form on the Registrar’s website here. To see room availability (free/busy time), go to KU's scheduling website and search for the location "SUM 413."
KU Information Technology provides a "Mobile Lab" service, which allows for 22 laptops to be transported to your location to be used for training. To inquire about the mobile lab service, please email Public Computing Services at email@example.com. See below for mobile lab information for the Edwards Campus.
Some teaching lab spaces are available in the KU Libraries in accordance with their reservation policies. You can find information at the KU Libraries website.
The Edwards Campus has both public, open computing areas in the Regents Center building, “Hawks Nest” and in the BEST building in the east lobby. There are reserved, 30-seat teaching labs in BEST 170 and Regnier Hall 364. These can be reserved by completing the Edwards Campus Computer Lab Reservation form. There is also a mobile computing laptop cart, which can be reserved using the Mobile Laptop Cart Request form. You may contact the Academic Technology team at firstname.lastname@example.org should you have any questions.
Labs within Schools and Departments
In addition to these lab options, individual schools and departments may have their own computer labs onsite. Contact the school or department directly to inquire about their teaching lab space.