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Computer Labs and Meeting Spaces

This page describes the resources and meeting options, both physical and virtual, that you have as a member of the School of Engineering.

Computer Labs

The School of Engineering has several computer labs that are available to students and can host events, like classes or workshops. Labs managed the departments are for the faculty and students of that department.

Our computer labs page provides the lab details. To reserve a room, fill out our lab reservation form.

Remote Computing

Computers in physical labs can be accessed remotely while not in use. For a list of these machines as well as their availability see our Remote PC page. In addition to physical computing, ETS supports a number of virtual desktops that can be accessed from the browser. Go to UConn AnyWare to learn more and login.

Conference Rooms

The School of Engineering supports 35 conference rooms on the Storrs campus.  Our complete list of conference rooms provides the location and details of each.

Online Meeting Spaces

Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams, included with Office 365, is available to everyone with a email address. This can be used through the Office 365 Web Portal or installed locally on your personal workstation.

Cisco WebEx

Cisco WebEX is available as part of an expanded classroom support contract funded by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, School of Business, School of Engineering, Stamford campus, and UITS. Faculty can use WebEx to bring guest speakers into their classrooms, hold virtual office hours, provide one-on-one or group tutorials, participate in committee work and much more.

Anyone with a UConn NetID can use WebEx Community to host and attend online meetings with people inside and outside UConn.

Learn more about UConn WebEx.

Blackboard Collaborate

Collaborate is a Blackboard companion product that integrates with HuskyCT to provide classroom features to the online meeting space. These features include breakout rooms, an interactive whiteboard, application sharing, polling, and hand-raising. Instructors can also initiate, record, and archive sessions, that can subsequently be incorporated into course content.

See Blackboard's web site to learn more about this product.