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Networked Knowledge Environments

Computer-Integrated Learning Spaces, part of the Networked Knowledge Environments unit of Technology-enhanced Learning and Online Strategies within Information Technology, provides support for Computer-Integrated Classrooms (CICs) owned by central IT as well as several departmentally owned classrooms.

Computer-Integrated Classrooms

All of our CICs are available for use by anyone with a valid Virginia Tech HokiePassport and PID. They may be scheduled for use by any university class or university affiliated event.

 

Our CICs, which may be scheduled for classes or events, include:

  • Architecture Annex 1
  • Hahn Hall 306 (formerly Chemistry/Physics Building)
  • Graduate Life Center 40 (formerly Donaldson-Brown Hall)
  • Litton-Reaves Hall 1370
  • Price Hall 301A
  • Saunders Hall 101
  • Shanks Hall 160, 180, 360
  • Torgersen Hall 1010, 1080

 

In addition we also manage the following facilities:

  • Math Emporium
  • Randolph Hall 114E (ME CAD Lab)
  • Durham Hall 188
  • Ware Lab 107
  • Torgersen Hall 3250 (Bridge)
  • Information Systems Building 107

 

Our base software package in the CICs includes:

  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Visio, Project)
  • Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash Professional, Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Acrobat Pro)
  • MATLAB
  • Mathematica
  • SPSS
  • Minitab

 

Most CICs also include additonal software packages specific to the departments they serve, such as ArcGIS, AutoCAD, LabView, etc.

In the Mechanical Engineering CAD Lab in Randolph 114E and in Ware Lab 107, some of the specialized software that we provide includes:

  • Siemens NX (formerly Unigraphics NX)
  • Dassault Systemes CATIA
  • PTC ProENGINEER
  • MSC Adams
  • MSC Nastran
  • Siemens Teamcenter for Community Collaboration
  • Siemens Teamcenter for Engineering Process Management

Printing

Additionally, CILS is responsible for managing the system for printing in the Computer-Integrated Classrooms and many other departmental computer labs and classrooms. Currently we charge only $.10 per letter-sized page. All of our printers are laser printers and most of them are full color laser printers.  In Patton Hall 316 and Bishop-Favrao Hall 330 we offer large format printing at a slightly higher rate.

All printing is paid for by swiping your HokiePassport at the available PrintStation where your HokiePassport account will be charged the necessary amount. For information about how to add funds to your HokiePassport account please visit http://www.hokiepassport.vt.edu



Contact CILS

For more information about CILS services or to request additional software be added in laboratories, please contact the Director of CILS, Rob Dickert at 231-4810 or email rdickert@vt.edu.

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