To facilitate students wishing to print from their own computers, ITD has placed several
iPrint kiosks around campus. Each kiosk contains a printer that can be printed to
from anywhere on campus, including from a student or faculty member's own computer.
More information about iPrint can be found on the iPrint homepage. iPrint locations can be found on the Technology Resource Locator (TRL) iPrint kiosk page.
Working with the deans and academic departments, ITD acquires and installs a variety
of electronic equipment in classrooms across campus and at the university's satellite
campuses. This equipment, which is used by faculty for classroom instruction, includes
PCs, overhead projectors, document cameras, and other electronic devices. Classrooms
that are equipped in this way are called Smart Classrooms.
Faculty who wish to use smart classrooms can locate them using the Technology Resource
Locator Smart Classroom page. The TRL lists each of the university's labs and smart classrooms, as well as the
equipment that each contains, a virtual tour of each classroom, and instructions for
using the equipment available in the classroom.
Located in the FedEx Institute of Technology, the Supercomputing Center provides researchers at the University of Memphis with
High Performance Computing (HPC). For more information concerning the Supercomputing Center, see the high performance computing web site.
Funded by the Technology Access Fee, TigerLAN is a group of networked computer labs
providing Internet access, software, hardware, and support to the members of the University
of Memphis community. Most of the TigerLAN labs are maintained by the university's
Local Support Providers, but the university's two 24-hour labs, one of which is in
the McWherter Library and the other of which is in the Smith Chemistry Building, are
manned and maintained by ITD. For a list of TigerLAN labs and their locations, see
the Technology Resource Locator TigerLAN labs page.