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Information Technology

Computer Labs

Main Labs Hours Card Access
Atherton Union (AU) - Windows and Mac 24x7 Required
Fairbanks Center (FB110) - Mac 7 a.m. - 11 p.m. Required
Fairbanks Center (FB248) - Mac 7 a.m. - 11 p.m. Required
Jordan Hall (JH 041) - Windows 24x7 Required
Jordan Hall (JH 043) - Windows 24x7 Required
Jordan Hall (JH 220) - Windows 24x7 Required

 

Additional Computer Lab Information

Departmental Computer Labs

Departmental computer labs are maintained by individual departments

  • Arts - JCX 105 - Mac
  • Biology Learning Resource Center - GH037 - Windows
  • Chemistry - GH313 - Windows & Mac
  • Computer Science - FB148 - Windows
  • Engineering - JH253 - Windows
  • Holcomb Science Library - Windows
  • Irwin Library - Windows & Mac
  • Math - JH272C - Windows
  • JCA - LH149 - Mac
  • Psychology - JH280 - Mac

Residence Hall Computer Labs

All residence hall computer labs are maintained by IT and are available 24 hours for hall residents. Both Windows and Mac computers are available. Paper and toner for these lab printers are available from each hall's front desk.

  • ResCo - located on second floor, overlooking the lobby
  • Ross - located in the basement, east end, near the laundry
  • Schwitzer - located in the basement, west end, near the laundry
  • University Terrace - located in the common room
  • Apartment Village - located on the first floor of building F (Dawg House)

Wireless Laptop Carts

IT has four laptop carts (three Windows PC carts, one Mac cart) and one iPad cart that may be reserved by faculty for occasional use in non-computer lab classrooms. To reserve a laptop cart, please complete the Media Request Form.  The Butler IT Help Desk will process your request once it has been submitted.  Requests are honored on a first come first served basis. PLEASE ALLOW A MINIMUM OF 48 HOURS (EXCLUDING WEEKENDS) NOTICE FOR ALL REQUESTS!  Requests submitted less than 48 hours in advance may not be fulfilled.  

Fairbanks Center 110

General Information

The Fairbanks Center 110 computer classroom is primarily used for classes in the College of Communication.

FB 110 has 16 Apple iMac computers with OS X 10.9 Mavericks.

Hours

Sunday - Saturday: 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Computer labs are normally open between scheduled classes. Open hours are restricted during breaks. Routine maintenance is generally conducted on Fridays. Faculty and staff may contact Registration and Records at x9204 to reserve the lab.

Software

  • Adobe Creative Cloud Design Premium
  • Adobe Acrobat XI Pro
  • Adobe Bridge CC
  • Adobe Dreamweaver CC
  • Adobe Extension Manager CS6
  • Adobe Fireworks CS6
  • Adobe Flash CC
  • Adobe Illustrator CC
  • Adobe InDesign CC
  • Adobe Media Encoder CC
  • Adobe Photoshop CC
  • Apple iLife 10.0
  • Garage Band
  • iMovie
  • iPhoto
  • Apple iTunes
  • Audacity
  • Chemdraw
  • DivX Player
  • FaceTime
  • Final Cut Pro X
  • Flash Player
  • Flip4Mac
  • Flv Crunch
  • Google Chrome
  • Google Earth
  • Mathematica
  • Messages
  • Microsoft Office 2011
  • Outlook
  • Excel
  • MegaStat
  • PowerPoint
  • Word
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • MPEG StreamClip
  • Panopto Recorder
  • Papercut (PCClient)
  • Preview
  • Quicktime Pro
  • Safari
  • Silverlight
  • SPSS
  • Symantec Antivirus
  • VLC
  • VMware Horizon View

Fairbanks Center 248

General Information

The Fairbanks Center 248 computer classroom is primarily used for classes in the College of Communication.

FC 248 has 25 Apple iMac computers with OS X 10.9 Mavericks.

Hours

Sunday - Saturday: 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Computer labs are normally open between scheduled classes. Faculty and staff may contact Registration and Records at x9204 to reserve the lab.

Software

  • Adobe Creative Cloud Design Premium
  • Adobe Acrobat XI Pro
  • Adobe Bridge CC
  • Adobe Dreamweaver CC
  • Adobe Extension Manager CS6
  • Adobe Fireworks CS6
  • Adobe Flash CC
  • Adobe Illustrator CC
  • Adobe InDesign CC
  • Adobe Media Encoder CC
  • Adobe Photoshop CC
  • Apple iLife 10.0
  • Garage Band
  • iMovie
  • iPhoto
  • Apple iTunes
  • Adobe Flash Player
  • Audacity
  • Chemdraw
  • DivX Player
  • FaceTime
  • Flip4Mac
  • Flv Crunch
  • Google Chrome
  • Google Earth
  • Mathematica
  • Messages
  • Microsoft Office 2011
  • Outlook
  • Excel
  • MegaStat
  • PowerPoint
  • Word
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • MPEG StreamClip
  • Panopto Recorder
  • Papercut (PCClient)
  • Preview
  • Quicktime Pro
  • Safari
  • Silverlight
  • SPSS
  • Symantec Antivirus
  • VLC
  • VMware Horizon View

Jordan Hall 041, 043 and 220

General Information

These rooms are equipped with four projectors, two smart boards, white boards, huddle boards, 24 PC desktop computers with widescreen displays, cable TV, a document camera, dual monitor instructors station, controlled lighting and the ability for the instructor to monitor or project up to four student computers on the screens. The labs have also been developed so the instructor can "breakout" the room into four groups of six computers giving the students the ability to work on their own and control which of the computers' displays are projected on that group's projector.

Hours

These are teaching labs and are used regularly. They are available between classes and require a Butler ID card to enter.

Irwin Library and Science Library

General Information

Irwin Library has 36 Windows computers and seven Macs. Computers are located on the first floor in the Information Commons and in the basement, as well as six on the 2nd floor and two on the 3rd floor. Black and white printers and a scanner are available for use on the first floor.

The Education Commons in the basement of Irwin houses a rich media room which contains an iMac specifically for podcast capture and editing. An outgoing fax machine is available at the Irwin Circulation Desk.

The Science Library has 24 Windows computers. Black and white printers and a scanner are available on the main level.

For information about who may use library computers, please read the library's computer usage policy.

Hours

Hours of the Irwin and Science libraries.