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Academic Computer Lab: Appleby Hall 128

University students, faculty, and staff from all departments may drop in and use networked computers, professional software suites, and related equipment in this computer lab when not reserved for class or other University-sponsored events.  See lab schedule to confirm availability.

University faculty and staff may also reserve available spaces for classes and University-sponsored events.

To schedule a computer lab for a class: email ocmsched@umn.edu.

To schedule a computer lab for an event: submit requests directly using  Astra Schedule.

Available Printing

Available Computers

Choose any open computer you prefer when you arrive at the lab. Login to the computer using your Internet ID and password.

Floor plan for Appleby Hall Room 128

There are 46 computers available in this lab.

Available Software

The following software is available at this location:

  • 7-Zip 19.0
  • Adobe Acrobat DC - soon to be removed for Reader
  • Adobe Distiller DC
  • Audacity 2.3.2
  • BrainVoyager Brain Tutor 2.5
  • Cisco AnyConnect
  • Citrix Workspace
  • Firefox
  • FSReader 3.0
  • GIMP 2.10.4
  • Google Chrome
  • Google Earth Pro 7.3.2.5776
  • JAWS 18
  • Kumo Client
  • Kurzweil 3000
  • Microsoft Office 2019 (Access, Word, Powerpoint, Excel, Skype for Business, OneNote, Publisher)
  • Notepad++ 7.7.1
  • Paint.net 4.0.14
  • POWERPREP II
  • POWERPREP IIV2
  • Praat 6.0.40
  • PuTTY .72
  • R I386 & x64 3.5.1
  • R I386 & x64 3.5.2
  • Respondus Lockdown Browser 2.0.3.06
  • RStudio 1.1.463
  • VLC Media Player 3.0.8
  • WinSCP 5.15
  • ZoomText 11
  • Zotero 5.0.47

Location

Academic Computer Lab
Appleby Hall
128 Pleasant Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Hours

The computer lab is open when the building is open to the public.

Intended Audience

Students
Instructors
Researchers
Staff & Departments
Health Sciences Affiliates
IT Staff and Partners

Costs

University-funded: No charge.

Printing: See printing section for more details.

Policies

Users must comply with computer labs policies.