To facilitate students wishing to print from their own computers to campus printers,
ITS has print service, iPrint. This service allows anyone on campus to print from
their own computer to any TigerLAN printer on campus. More information about iPrint
can be found on the iPrint homepage. All printer locations are listed within iPrint. This includes those printers previously
known as "iPrint kiosks." Note, wireless printing is an option for anyone with pages
in their iPrint account. For information on adding pages to your account please see
the RPI website.
Working with the deans and academic departments, ITS 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 Find Technology
website. Find Technology lists each of the university's labs and smart classrooms, as well as the equipment
that each contains 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 students of UofM. The largest of these labs is the Technology
Hub, located in University Center (UC) room 265, which is open extended hours for
students to use throughout the weekends and evenings. It is accessible even after
the UC closes by using the 3rd floor bridge of the Zach Curlin Parking Garage. Also,
available is McWherter Library Learning Commons located on the first floor. It's open
during library hours. Other labs, maintained by the University's Local Support Providers, have varied
hours of general use and can be found on the Find Technology website.