Stone Computer Classroom and Lab
The Stone Computer Classroom and Lab is located just off the front lobby of Mann Library in room 103 (map it). It houses a comfortable classroom of 26 Dell computers and one instructor station which is connected to an LCD digital projector. A document camera (overhead projector), Smart Sympodium, DVD/VCR player, sound system, and dry erase board are also available to the instructor.
When classes are not being taught, the classroom is available for public use, along with the rest of Stone Center.
Available installed software for this room can be located on the master list of Mann Library Software.
The room may be reserved for instructional use by Cornell faculty and teaching staff, with preference given to Mann Library staff. To reserve the classroom please first read over our guidelines. If your proposed use falls within these guidelines, please view the current schedule for the Stone Classroom and fill out our online reservation form.
The primary mission of the Stone Classroom is:
- To serve CALS and CHE students' public access computing needs in accessing information.
- To facilitate Mann Library instruction in the access and use of information and to support Mann Library public affairs events.
- To accommodate Cornell-affiliated users who wish to provide instruction in the facility.
In order to balance our primary mission with the needs of the needs of students, patrons, and staff, these guidelines apply to the Stone Classroom.
A student operator will be on duty at the Stone Center help desk located just outside the Classroom (255-3240)
If the student operator cannot be located right away, call the Stone Center Coordinator, Sara Wright, at 254-6218.