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Learning Laboratories

There are multiple locations available for student computer use in Emerson Electrical Company Hall. All technical learning spaces in the building are open late into the night in order to be most accessible for students. All the labs have an adequate number of computers with a variety of engineering and productivity applications as well as a laser printer.

Technical Learning Spaces in ECE

•        PC Systems (Windows XP): Rooms 105 & 107

•        Sun and Linux Workstations: Room 106

For assistance with these computers, please contact ecehelp@mst.edu.

These websites will help you find information regarding the computing resources here in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Missouri S&T:

Frequently Asked Questions

General Unix Help
The vi editor
Help with Emacs

 

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