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Resource Reservation

Only faculty and staff members of the Mathematics and Statistics Department can make the reservations for our department resources. Other members of CNSM should contact our department chairman first before reserving the resources.

View a lab's schedule below and activate the link "Log into the calendar system" to make reservations for our computer labs, laptop computers, LCD projectors, etc.:

For laptop computers and/or LCD projectors, you may pick them up from the GA staffed in the room LA5-253 with your university ID. You need to fill in a standard form for each item you borrow.

If you don't have your login name and password, please contact Tangan Gao.

PC Lab LA5-349

This lab is not staffed. It contains the following:

  • 30 PCs running Windows 8
  • Microsoft software, SAS, SPSS, MiniTab, Matlab, Maple, Microworlds, the Geometer's Sketchpad, etc.

Math Education Resource Center

The Mathematics Education Resource Center (MERC) consists of the Math Education Mac and PC Computer Labs and the Math Education Materials and Study Lab in rooms LA5-249, 251, 253, and 255. The use of computer technology is encouraged, to some extent, in every mathematics education (MTED) course. Other faculty are also invited to visit to see if there are ways your classes could make use of our facilities. In addition, there are two pc laptop computers, two apple laptop computers, and three LCD projectors available for faculty to check-out for class demonstrations.

Math Education Macintosh Computer Lab (LA5-255)

  • 32 iMac computers
  • Software: Microsoft software for Macs, Microworlds, the Geometer's Sketchpad, etc.

Math Education PC/Mac Computer Lab (LA5-251)

  • 30 PCs running Windows 10
  • Microsoft software, SAS, SPSS, MiniTab, Matlab, Maple, Microworlds, the Geometer's Sketchpad, etc.

Math Education Materials and Study Lab (LA5-249)

The Math Education Materials and Study Lab can be used as a library with K-12th grade math textbooks, professional journals, and other resources, and as a place to do homework using the concrete tools that we use in the mathematics education programs. There are small sets of materials (such as base-10 blocks, pattern blocks, cuisenaire rods, Mira, etc.) available for individual or small groups of students to check out and use in the lab. The Lab contains tables for individual student and group work. We also have a VCR and a 27" TV monitor on a cart so that faculty can check them out for class use.