Learning Lab (HIL Room 112)

Photo: Harriet Irving Library's Learning Lab

The Learning Lab is found in Room 112 on the main floor of the HIL.

The Learning Lab is equipped with an instructor's workstation and 16 user workstations. The user workstations can be arranged with single or dual seating, allowing a maximum of 32 participants.

Each user workstation is comprised of a Dell PC with a DVD drive, a sound card, USB ports, and a 22" digital flat panel monitor.  Individual speakers and headphones are not supplied.  Internet connectivity is provided through the UNB network, allowing access to UNB online resources. Printing is done through the student network, using the print credit system, with print jobs collected at the front of the lab.

The instructor’s workstation is attached to a ceiling-mounted LCD projector and a quality stereo sound system for audio presentations.  The remote control for the projector is kept in the desk's top drawer. The system does not support external connections / other devices at this time.

A flip chart, presentation remote, and standard overhead projector are available upon request.

Standard software includes:

  • Internet Explorer 9
  • Windows 10
  • Microsoft Office 2013
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader 10
  • SPSS Statistics 21
  • ArcGIS 10.1 SP1
  • Beyond 20/20 Professional Browser
  • MatLab 2013a
  • Minitab 16
  • QGIS

The Learning Lab is open to students as a quiet study room when it is not booked. To determine availability, check the booking calendar posted next to the door and be prepared to leave 10 minutes prior to any scheduled event. We ask that the following rules be observed:

Please see the Learning Lab Helpful Hints for more information.