The Crown Family School provides a computer laboratory that is equipped with 22 PC-compatible machines connected to two high-volume network printers. This lab has been established for the exclusive use of Crown students and staff, Crown computer-based courses, and other instruction. Crown has 24 laptop computers for in-class instruction use. Each computer offers the latest software provided by the University for coursework and any applications required by classes at the Crown School. In addition, the lab computers have highspeed connections to the Internet for browsing and email services. Students also have access to the Wireless Internet that is available throughout the building for use with their personal laptops. The Crown School employs its own in-house IT staff for technical support.
Students use the labs to work on their own assignments and research; they also use the labs for statistical analysis for quantitative research courses. All students make use of the lab at one time or another during their time at the Crown School, for either required coursework or individual research. Each student, therefore, is also provided with a limited amount of password-protected storage to use while attending the Crown School.
The lab is available during all hours that the building is open. Additional computing University resources are also available throughout the campus, including the Crerar Library Cyber-Cafe and Regenstein Library computing lab.
Other available computing resources include: