ECE LTF Computing Labs
If you are familiar with the ECE lab environments and would like to become an ECE Computer Lab Consultant, see Aaron Aufderheide in DL568. Applicants must be familiar with the MS Windows and Red Hat Linux computing environments.
|ECE LTF Labs||Operating System||# of Seats||Peripherals|
|CL260||Windows XP||46||Printers and Scanner|
|DL517||Windows XP||24||Printers and Scanner|
|4 dedicated remote access Linux workstations.|
|Coming in AU11: Remote access virtualized Windows workstations. Details TBA.|
All ECE LTF labs as well as both buildings (Dreese and Caldwell) have 24x7 keycard access.
Access is granted to all ECE account holders, which include all students taking ECE classes in the current academic term.
Keycard access control lists are generated each term based on SIS enrollment information. SIS reports are pulled the week before classes begin and then again in the first and third week of the quarter. These access control lists are then submitted to University Key/Card Control which controls the keycard readers.
If your keycard is not working...
- ... and it is the quarter break or the first week of the quarter, rosters may not have been processed yet. Individual keycard requests will not be processed before that time.
- ... and you registered late for classes, please wait before you submit your keycard request. We will rerun keycard lists in the third week of the quarter and you will be granted access at that time.
- ... and you are not currently taking an ECE class, then you will not have appeared on the SIS reports from which access is granted. ECE students who pay the Engineering Computing fee, regardless of the ECE enrollment status, qualify for keycard access. If you believe you fall into this category, send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org and provide detailed information about your situation.
- ... and you have been patient and still don't have access, send an email to email@example.com with a subject line of "Keycard Request." In the body of the message include your Name as it is registered with the University, your EMPLID (not your BuckID), your OSU Name.Number, the lab/door you are unable to access and the date and time you attempted to access the lab/door. We will verify your enrollment against the rosters and then submit your information to keycard control. You will get an email from the site staff letting you know that this has been done. Keycard control may take up to two business days to process a request, though they are often much quicker. Try you card periodically over that period of time to see if it works.
- ... and you have submitted a request to site and your card is still not working two business days after you have been informed by Site that your information has been forwarded to keycard control, please see the Site Manager. Be sure to bring your BuckID.
- NOTE: Never email your BuckID number. It is now considered "restricted" information by the University.
OSU Labs: lt.osu.edu/locations-hours