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Computer Labs around Campus

General Computer Lab 

The General Computing Lab is located in the basement of the Giovale Library. The General Computing Lab offers fifty workstations for academic use. The Lab also offers several high-end graphics computers and scanners, free black-and-white laser printing, support from the Lab Help Desk staff and color laser printing is available at a cost of $0.50 per page.

  • Hours: the General Computing Lab is open during library business hours. Please note the general computing lab hours are extended during final exams.
  • Phone: 801.832.2014

Eportfolio Studio

The Eportfolio Studio is a state-of-the-art facility open to all Westminster College students, faculty, and staff. The studio offers collaborative workstations, photo and video editing software, a large format poster printer, and soundproof recording rooms, as well audio/visual equipment for checkout.

The studio also offers assistance and support to students working on eportfolios by walk-in, one-on-one appointments, or group workshops.

  • Hours: Regular hours are M-F 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m., Saturday 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Hours may vary around finals and semester breaks.
  • Phone: 801.832.2054

Assistive Technology Lab (ADA Lab)

Westminster's assistive technology lab can be found in room 33 located in the basement of Giovale library. It is designed to help students with their study and research needs. It provides technology assistance in reading via larger screens and a larger mouse for easier cursor movement. Available software has the capacity to scan and magnify most text and can read the scanned text to the user. Other types of software allow users to dictate spoken text into word processing programs. The various types of assistive technology available include:

ADA Lab Use Policy:

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, The room (Giovale Library #033) has been provided with equipment and software necessary for educational purposes. For this purpose they have first priority to use this room. A Student with Disabilities may reserve this room ahead of time. Others may use the room but may be asked to vacate if one of our students needs the specialized equipment. Food and drink are prohibited:

Hardware:

  • 19” Monitor
  • Adjustable Workstations
  • Speakers 
  • Optical Magnifier
  • Kensington Mice (larger than a regular-sized mouse)

Software:

  • Naturally Speaking voice recognition software – allows a person to speak into a microphone and have his or her spoken word translated into a program such as Microsoft Word. This is ideal for patrons who have difficulties using traditional keyboards.
  • OmniPage - Text recognition program
  • Screen magnification – designed to enlarge text.

For more information or assistance with the resources in the lab contact Ginny Dewitt at 801.832.2281.

FTC (Faculty Technology Center)

  • 9 computers dedicated to faculty/staff members only
  • Presentation Equipment
  • 1 Printer