EOU Computer Classrooms
Currently, EOU has three computer classrooms available to instructors to reserve for the technology-based classes. They are located in Inlow Hall, rooms 011 and 013 and Pierce Library, room 209. Room 011 can hold 20 students and has a laptop on a podium available. Room 013 can hold 42 students and has a desk with a desktop computer available. Additional media services are offered in room 013 including video conferencing, recording, and lecture capture, please contact Media Services to inquire further. Without sufficient prior arrangements, a minimum of two full business days before the day of your event, we cannot guarantee that we can fulfill your request. Events which use our rooms frequently mean changing staff schedules. Please plan far enough ahead to make your event a success.
To use the calendar to view the computer classroom schedule, Click on the “Filter” drop-down menu and select ‘Computer lab” to view the schedule. Use the “Day, “Week”, “Month” buttons on the left to toggle between the views. To obtain a more detailed view, Please visit astra.eou.edu and log in with your Mountie-Pass credentials to search the specific room. You can also make requests for the rooms by clicking “Request Event”. Use of these rooms is subject to approval from the relevant work unit due to scheduling and staffing restraints. Also, the Inlow rooms are not general purpose computer labs, but scheduled facilities. They are not open for general use, but only for scheduled instructional use.
Inlow Hall 011 Computer Classroom
Inlow Hall 013 Computer Classroom
Pierce Library 209 Computer Classroom
Note: The primary purpose of the library classroom (Room 209) is to provide library research, information literacy, and bibliographic instruction. When not being used for that purpose it is available for walk-in student use. During times when it is not required by librarians for instruction, other EOU faculty may reserve it for individual class sessions related to research instruction. It may be reserved by request in Ad Astra or by contacting a librarian.