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Classrooms & Labs

SPHTM classrooms and labs are provided for the exclusive use of Tulane students, faculty, and staff. SPHTM computing facilities include 11 classrooms and four labs.

Classrooms

Each classroom has an instructor console with computer, projection, video, and sound capabilities. Instructors and students use these facilities for lectures and presentations in class.

Seats Available

Please keep the following information in mind when requesting particular classrooms.

  • RM 105 - 30 seats
  • RM 1201 - 80 seats
  • RM 1202 - 30 seats
  • RM 1203 - 30 seats
  • RM 1204 - 30 seats
  • RM 1206 - 60 seats
  • RM 1208 - 60 seats
  • RM 1210 - 80 seats
  • RM 1215 - 25 seats
  • RM 1708 - 40 seats
  • RM 1825 - 40 seats

Labs

Rooms 1216, 1218, 1220 are computer labs that also serve as classrooms. Each of these rooms has an instructor console with computer, projection, video, and sound capabilities. Room 1214 is used strictly as a computer lab.

Seats Available

Please keep the following information in mind when requesting particular classrooms/labs. Each seat has a workstation with network - connected printers.

  • RM 1214 - 12 seats
  • RM 1216 – 21 seats
  • RM 1218 – 24 seats
  • RM 1220 – 18 seats

Matas Library

The Matas Library offers a 24/7 quiet study space that provides computing, black & white and color printing, scanning, and VTS access to add funds to University IDs. This space offers several private group study rooms, tables and carrels with convenient electrical outlet access, PCs, laser printing, and a flat bed scanner. Ten of these computers host statistical software provided by the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine for after-hours use. When the library is closed, the after-hours area is entered by swiping your Tulane University ID card at the controlled access door in the 2nd floor hallway on the LaSalle side. ID cards must be activated by the security checkpoint in the lobby.

Classroom & Lab Software

Below is a list of available software on all computers located in rooms 1214, 1216, 1218, and 1220.

If you have a software question or need other software for your class, please e-mail sphhelp@tulane.edu with the license information and the cost. If you use legacy software then you may need to arrange for a newer version.

       

ACTS Version 9.0

Epi Info 7.1.3.3

Microsoft Office Pro 2013

SaTScan 9.2

Adobe Acrobat Pro 11.0.16

Ethnograph v6

Mortality Rate Calculation

Spectrum 3/4

Anthropac 4.983/x

Ethnograph v5.0

Netdraw 2.131

Spectrum 5.32

ArcGIS 10.3 (RM 1218 and 1220 Only)

Foodworks 6

PASW Statistics 18

StataIC 12

ATLASti 7.1.7

Geoda 0.9.5-i5

QDS

Ucinet 6.474

Cn3d 4.3.1

Google Earth 7.1.2.2041

QSR NVivo 9.2

VAP_Freelists 1.0.1.36

DNASTAR Lasergene 10

HaploView 4.2

R 3.0.1

VAP_Pilesorts 1.0.2.60

Emergency Nutrition Assessment

Hysplit 4

RDS Analysis Tool 7.1.38

WGAViewer 1.261.2010

ENA for SMART 2011

ImageMagickDisplay

RDS Analyst

WinBUGS 1.4.3

E-Net 0.41

Jalview

rdsat

WinPepi 11.30

Epi Info 3.5.4

Joinpoint 4.0.4

SAS 9.3

Write-N-Cite v3 (Build 042508)

Classroom & Lab Printing

There are two black-and-white printers on the 12th floor, located in 1214 and 1220.

There is an additional black-and-white printer on the 18th floor, located in 1819. Also located in 1819, there is a flatbed scanner for Student use.

Cost of Printing

Prints cost 10 cents per page.

Who Can Print

Tulane Students, Faculty, and Staff can use the printing system with their Splash cards, adding cash value to their cards at the vend station located in 1220.

Adding Value to your Card

The vend station in 1220 allows card holders to add cash value to their Splash cards. Just follow the directions at the machine.

*Tulane Students, Faculty, and Staff may also use Gibson Online to add value to their Splash cards with a credit card.

Classroom & Lab Hours

Fall and Spring Semesters
Tuesday – Thursday: 8am – 8pm
Monday, Friday: 8am – 6pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10am – 4pm

Summer Semester
Monday – Friday: 10am – 4pm
Saturdays and Sundays: Closed*

*For computing needs during the Summer Semester weekends, GRIT has provided computers in the Student Study Rooms – 1205 and 1819.

Classroom & Lab Policies

The following policies apply to all SPHTM and GRIT classrooms and labs:

  • No food or drink is permitted
  • No children allowed in the labs
  • Cell phones are not allowed
  • Noise levels are to be kept at a minimum
  • No interactive game playing is permitted
  • No non-curricular-related CPU or storage-intensive computing or software is permitted on the computers
  • Earphones are required for all audio equipment