ITC Training Room Usage Guidelines
Information Technology Software Training labs in rooms 171, 173, and 137 are available for use for units of the University of Wyoming wishing to do specialized, one-time, computer training. The labs are not available for recurring use.
NOTE: having the Software Trainer in Information Technology instruct these classes is not an option. Please see Specialized Training Requests.
|Room Number||Number of Workstations (Model)||Projectors||WyoCast?||Fee*||Operating System||Software Available|
(Dell Optiplex 7040)
|Yes||$100||Windows 10||MS Office 2016,
VirtualBox, RStudio, and Miniconda (Python)
(Dell Optiplex 9020)
(Dell Optiplex 7010)
|1 front||No||$30||Windows 10|
* the Fee listed is per Session or Day. For example, reserving room 137 for a 4-hour session would cost $30. Reserving room 137 for a 4-hour session on two different days would cost $30 per day.
Please contact email@example.com if you would like to reserve a room or if you have any questions.
- Information Technology computer training courses have scheduling priority in the computer training labs.
- Training labs are only available for use during normal University work hours.
- If specialized software is needed, please see the Lab Specific Software section below.
- Room usage fees must be paid at time of booking.
- Information Technology reserves the right to reschedule, relocate, or reject an event.
- The Department using the room agrees to reimburse Information Technology for any damage to furniture or equipment during the use of the room.
- No food is allowed in the IT Computer Training labs. Coffee pots are available for use.
- Information Technology technical staff will be available upon request at a rate of $15 per hour additional.
Information Technology staff will have training rooms set up as appropriate. Training rooms will be made available 30 minutes prior to event start time.
User agrees to clean the training room to meet the condition of room prior to use.
- If a specific software product needs to be loaded, the Academic Support Unit will need to be contacted prior to completion of the room usage agreement.
- When requesting that software be added, instructors will need to include the media, licensing agreement, license keys if needed, and documentation.
- Upon receipt of the software and accompanying documentation, the Academic Support Unit will evaluate the product to determine if it will work in the Training Labs’ system.
- The Academic Support Unit requests 30 days to evaluate the software. After the software has been evaluated, an estimated install date will be provided. Once the install date has been established, the room usage agreement may be signed.
- Software evaluated by the Academic Support Unit is at a charge of $15 per hour.