Engineering Computer-aided Active Learning Classroom (eCalc)
Ecalc-1; 046 Colburn Lab; 26 Dell PCs; 52 student capacity
Ecalc-2; 140 Dupont Hall; 24 Dell PCs; 48 student capacity
Ecalc-3; 010 Spencer Lab; 20 Apple Imacs; 40 student capacity
Collaboration Center; 101D Pearson Hall; 15 Dual Monitor Dell PCs; 30 student capacity
http://www.engr.udel.edu/ecalc/software.html Facilities Access:
During spring and fall semesters these rooms are typically used
for courses; M-F 8am-9pm.
Rooms are available for drop in when not used for classes or closed
Rooms are unlocked M-F 8am-6pm. All other times authorized personnel
may access the rooms via UD ID card swipe.
Authorized personnel may enter Spencer Lab via card swipe at the west
side handicap accessible main entrance. Access to Spencer Lab allows
access to Ecalcs 1 and 3.
Authorized personnel may enter Evans Hall via card swipe at the north
side handicap accessible entrance. Access to Evans Hall allows
access to Ecalc 2.
Authorized personnel are: All college of engineering faculty, staff
and students; AND; all non-engineering faculty and students taking
Open M-F 7am-10pm
No access after hours
Personnel may use ecalcs 1,2 or 3 when the center is closed.
Report real time classroom issues to UD call center via the podium phone (ecalc-1 and 2 only)
Report equipment/software problems by completing: http://www.engr.udel.edu/it-request
General eCALC Rules:
NO FOOD OR DRINKS at any time.
Usage is limited to one PC per student.
Computers left unattended for 20 minutes are eligible for use by others.
Respect for the room and personnel using the room is required.
You are expected to tidy your space up after you are done.
About the eCALCs:
reboot after 2 hours of inactivity Upon reboot, changes made to the computer are erased and
files saved on the hard drive will be deleted Please back up your files regularly to a usb drive or a remote location
USB ports are located on the monitors for your convenience
Many software packages in the ecalcs are for classwork only.
CAUTION: Performing research using ecalc software may be in violation of software license agreements. You are responsible to assure your use of software is allowed by license agreement.
You may be monitored by video cameras installed in our computer labs