Computer Science Instructional Lab opens in Crerar Library on Sept. 30

A new Computer Science Instructional Laboratory (CSIL) in Crerar offers expanded resources for teaching and student work to support a growing College computer science program.

The new CSIL in Crerar replaces the computer lab on Regenstein’s A-Level, which is now closed.

CSIL in Crerar offers 92 computers, with 80 in 4 teaching areas plus 12 additional user workstations outside of the labs.  All of these workstations are available for general use when they are not being used for Computer Science lab sessions.

For more information visit the CSIL website and an earlier post from the John Crerar Library announcing CSIL construction.

Students at work in the new Computer Science Instructional Lab (CSIL) on the John Crerar Library's first floor. (Photo by Jason Smith)

Students at work in the new Computer Science Instructional Lab (CSIL) on the John Crerar Library’s first floor. (Photo by Jason Smith)

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