The McKeever Family Foundation Lab is a 52 seat instructional computing lab that serves the Eller College of Management.
The lab is located in McClelland Hall 218J. Room 218J is in the south-east corner of McClelland Hall's "main" 2nd floor, inside the MIS Commons (MH 218) suite.
You can see the full lab calendar at Google Calendar.
The McKeever Lab is a closed lab, and requires a reservation and responsible party to be booked.
You can request a session in the lab or any assistance by submitting a support request with us.
If you plan on teaching a course in the lab, please meet with us well before the semester starts so we can discuss your needs. Certain requests, like software installation, can require significant lead time.
The McKeever Family Foundation Lab features an instructor's workstation with multiple monitors feeding 3 projectors, with optional VGA and HDMI hookups for an external laptop. There is also a document camera. The instructor station is connected to in-room equipment for web conferencing, intended for Zoom meetings, including microphones and webcams.
The student machines are HP ProBook laptops running Windows 11, with common and specialized software:
- Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2019
- Microsoft Visio Professional 2019
- Microsoft Project Professional 2019
- Adobe Creative Cloud 2021 (note: all Adobe Creative Cloud applications now require login with valid and active UA NetID+)
- Acrobat DC
- Premiere Pro
- After Effects
- and more!
- Oracle SQL Developer
- R and R Studio
- RapidMiner Studio (software only: bring your own RapidMiner account or license key)
- Python 3.x
- PyCharm Community Edition
- IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition
- Tableau Desktop
- Tableau Prep Builder
- Wireshark (including WinPcap)
- Respondus Lockdown Browser
- Microsoft Teams
- OBS Studio
The lab also features NetSupport School, software that allows for instructor interaction, access control and monitoring of the student computing experience.
Other Instructional Technology Support
In addition to the McKeever Lab classroom, we support systems and servers used in MIS courses.
These are typically virtual machines used for collaborative groupwork, or specialized software running services available to students for the purposes of instruction.
If you need with this type of instructional technology support, please submit a support request well ahead of time so we can discuss your needs.
Other Instructional Technology Resources
The Eller College of Management has several student labs available.
The UA's Office of Student Computing Resources has OSCR labs available for students.
Technology rentals are available through the UA Library service desk and through Gear-to-Go.
The Office of Instruction and Assessment supports University instructors and students with instructional technologies.