Computer Labs / Spaces
Maynard 133 Computer Lab (MMCS 133)
Drs. William C. & Elizabeth H. Stokes Classroom
This open-access computer lab is equipped with 75 computers (Windows PCs), wide-screen monitors, and printing facilities. The goal is to provide environments for students in support of out of classroom learning. The computers in this lab are updated regularly, and contain general software as well as any specialized software needed for computer science and mathematics classes.
This lab is where computer science tutors and lab assistants are located, and is sometimes used for classes or special events.
Maynard 129 Teaching Lab (MMCS 129)
Hagewood / Retired Mathematics Professor Classroom
This computer lab is equipped with 40 student computers (Windows PCs), wide-screen monitors, smart boards, projector, teaching station and printing facilities. It offers state-of-the-art teaching environments for classroom instruction and training. The goal is to provide environments for students in support of Faculty instruction. The computers in this lab are updated regularly, and contain general software as well as any specialized software needed for computer science and mathematics classes.
Maynard 110 Networking Lab (MMCS 110)
Specialized Computer Science Lab
This a special-purpose 24 PCs lab run by faculty in the department for networking and security teaching. Faculty members also use this lab in support of their research and for special projects, and access to the lab is only for students involved in those activities (classes / research).
Technology Building 204 Computer Lab (TB 204)
This computer lab is equipped with 24 Windows PCs with wide screen monitors, perfect for following along with a professor in class. The projector and whiteboard layout are perfect for live in-class demos, showing students how to work with computers in a hands-on approach.
Maynard 130 Classroom (MMCS 130)
This main-floor 28-seat classroom has a built-in smartboad and sound system, giving students the best in aid for learning concepts of Computer Science. Plugs are located on the floors throughout the room, letting students use laptops without having to worry about running out of power while taking notes in class.
Maynard 242 Classroom (MMCS 242)
This second-floor 39-seat classroom has been equipped with Smart Board technologies, letting professors give interactive presentations while making notes about the classwork on-the-fly. Plugs are located on the foors throughout the room, letting students use laptops without having to worry about running out of power in class. Additionally, plenty of whiteboards line the room, perfect for multiple groups of students to work on individualized problems.
Technology Building 104 Classroom (TB 104)
This 48-seat classroom has been upgraded with a large touch-enabled flat screen television, with two extra flat screen televisions in the middle of the room to make sure all students are able to see the course content easily. The room has multiple long tables for student seating, making it easy for students to spread out and have all their materials ready to go during a class.
Technology Building 132 Classroom (TB 132)
This 24-seat classroom has been upgraded with a large touch-enabled flat screen television, having a much higher resoultion than a normal projector would have. The room has multiple long tables for student seating, making it easy for students to spread out and have all their materials ready to go during a class.
Maynard Laptop Bars
It is easy to find an empty "laptop bar" space in Maynard 2nd floor or in Maynard courtyard - Ken and Amy Landrum Courtyard, which you can park your laptop. If you want to meet your school mates for a laptop discussion, you can also find "Study Nook" spaces (with large 6 seat tables) around the Maynard 1st and 2nd floors. Free Wi-Fi and power outlets are available. You can always pick up a cup of coffee from our ACM coffee pot or from the Sundquist Science Building coffee shop next door.
General Access Computer Labs
The Austin Peay State University runs a number of open-access computer labs around the campus that APSU students can use, such as in the Woodward Library.