USU Computer Lab

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The new lab sports 130 computers and seven printing stations -- a significant upgrade from the previous 69 computers and three printing stations. The USU Computer Lab reserves 18 computer for students to use for less than 10 minutes. Most of the computers can be used for up to two hours per day, but the “quick-use” computers allow students to quickly print out assignments.

The lab is designed to be accessible to all students. Four of the computers are ADA-compliant and utilize software including ZoomText, Kurzweil 3000, Inspiration and JAWS 13 to serve students with specialized learning needs. Plans are underway to make all the workstations ADA compliant. All are already completely adjustable.

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  • Students use these 10-minute stations for quick print jobs.
  • Students are able to use these computers for up to two hours. The computers are equipped with software ranging from Microsoft Office to Adobe Photoshop.
  • A student selects his print job using the touchscreen system at the quick-print station in the USU Computer Lab.
  • Students use these 10-minute stations for quick print jobs.
  • Students use these 10-minute stations for quick print jobs.
  • Students are able to use these computers for up to two hours. The computers are equipped with software ranging from Microsoft Office to Adobe Photoshop.
  • Students are able to use these computers for up to two hours. The computers are equipped with software ranging from Microsoft Office to Adobe Photoshop.
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