The Computer Information Systems (CIS) Labs at 55 park Place Atlanta offers several labs for CIS students. Two Digital Innovation (CI) Labs, Makerspace lab and Cybersecurity Lab. These state-of-the-art facilities provide controlled access, advanced equipment, and a maximum capacity for accommodating students with faculty supervision. Faculty can reserve the labs and utilize them for class projects, bootcamps, and other learning experiences. These labs provide physical and virtual resources and are equipped with AV capabilities for lectures and presentations .
LinkedIn Learning offers training for:
- Microsoft Excel
- Microsoft Project
- Database Design
- And More...
DreamSpark (formerly MSDNAA) is a Microsoft initiative that aids students and educators by providing free access to a wide range of Microsoft software.*
Department of Computer Information Systems faculty, staff and students currently enrolled in a CIS course can access DreamSpark.
Please note that all software downloaded from DreamSpark will be in the form of a .ISO. This is a type of disk image file. The .ISO file must be burned to a CD or DVD before the software can be installed.
*Microsoft Office is not available via DreamSpark. Students, faculty and staff can obtain Microsoft Office via the University System of Georgia’s Software Resources & Services site.
The department is a member of the VMware Academic Program. This provides students with access to VMware’s suite of virtualization software. Virtualization enables you to use a second operating system as a virtual computer on your physical computer, as though it were an application. Students with Apple laptops and Apple desktops can use VMware Fusion to run Microsoft Windows and other Microsoft software required for their courses.
Department of Computer Information Systems faculty, staff and students currently enrolled in a CIS course can access the VMware Academic Program.