Data and Software Laboratory (DASL)
DASL is a computer lab (Social Sciences 115A) for use by SBS faculty, visiting scholars, and graduate students on a 24 hour/7day-a-week basis.
The lab has 14 PCs, a scanner with OCR capability, and a laser printer. All computers are networked for easy access to local and distant computers.
Available software includes MS Office Professional, SAS, SPSS, STATA, StatTransfer, Acrobat, Limdep, ArcView GIS 3.2, Stella, NUD*IST, UCINET, ActivePerl, Java, Allegro Common Lisp, SWI Prolog, Amos for student, Lisrel for student, HLM for students, CLAN, Lemwin, LogicCoach, Praat, IPA fonts, and IME's for several languages.
SBS faculty, visiting scholars, and graduate students may get an account by submitting a request here.
Instructional Computing Lab (ICL)
The ICL has moved to Marshall 480 and is only for students taking SBS classes who have paid course fees. The lab houses 36 networked PCs, an LCD projector, and a laser printer.
Available software includes MS Office Professional, SPSS, STATA, UCINET, ActivePerl, Java, Allegro Common Lisp, SWI Prolog, Python, CLAN, Lemwin, LogicCoach, Praat, Audacity, Emu Speech Tools, IPA fonts, and IME's for several languages.
Click here to check the lab schedule and reserve the lab. Note that only classes with course fees can use the lab.
When no classes are scheduled in the lab, open access hours are held so that students who are enrolled in the classes with the course fees may use the lab to complete course-related assignments. Normal hours during fall and spring semesters are 9 AM to 6 PM Monday through Friday. The lab is closed on weekends and holidays, as well as during spring break and between semesters.