ANSO Undergraduate Computer Lab

The Department provides an up-to-date computer lab for use of undergraduate students for educational and research purposes. The lab is located in Level 1, Room 143 of the Anthropology and Sociology (ANSO) building. You must be a registered student or current faculty to have an account. If you do not have an account, please complete the account request form (available in the Main Office).

The Undergraduate/Research Lab offers the following software:

•    Windows XP SP2
•    Microsoft Office 2007
•    IE 6, Firefox 3.6.12
•    Adobe Acrobat Distiller 3
•    Adobe Acrobat Pro X
•    ATLAS.ti
•    Windows DVD Maker
•    Adobe LiveCycle ES2
•    IBM SPSS Statistics 24
•    SAS
•    Stat Transfer
•    UCINET 6
•    StataSE 12

In addition, there is a scanner station the Grad Lab for full-colour scanning, which includes the following:

•    Adobe Streamline 4
•    Adobe Acrobat Distiller 3
•    Scanner software for HP 6200C (running USB)

There is a black and white printer for public use. The printer has copying and scanning capabilities. Pages are printed for 10¢ each. It requires a printing account. To set up an account, visit the Anthropology Main Office in ANSO 2104 between the hours of 9 am and 4 pm. You will need your student ID card and $5 cash (minimum; no maximum) to set up your account. Assistance with printing and copying is available from the Main Office during regular office hours. The computer lab itself can be accessed anytime the building is open (usually between the hours of 7 am and 6 pm), but the lab itself does not close at any particular time.


Programs with Anthropology Affiliations

Arts Co-Op Program

Canadian Studies

Cognitive Systems Program

First Nations and Endangered Languages Program

First Nations and Indigenous Studies

International Relations

Indigenous Foundations

Latin American Studies

Science Studies program

Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality & Social Justice