OIM Business Lab
The Office for Information Management (OIM) provides curriculum and research computer services to the College of Business. We install and maintain the PC network in the college; provide email services; install and maintain software; provide software support and training to students, faculty, and staff; develop and maintain various databases used in the college; provide research support to faculty and graduate students; and provide computing/teaching labs.
The OIM Computer Labs consist of 5 public PC computer labs in the basement of David Kinley Hall, rooms 3, 7, 8, 21, and 24. The software provided in these labs include MS Office 2003; various web browsers including Internet Explorer; access to various business databases; FirstClass (an email program used by certain courses/programs in the college) and various other communication applications; SPSS and other statistical analysis applications; and various specialized, course related applications.
Rooms 7, 21, and 24 are teaching labs, but are open to public use whenever a class is not in session. There is always a class schedule posted on the door. To access the computers in the labs you must login with your network ID and Active Directory (AD) password.