Whether for CAD, GIS, 3D modeling, Photoshop, or professional printmaking, AAP digital classrooms meet the teaching and learning needs of our faculty and students. Hardware and software are updated annually.
West Sibley Hall
AAP's Windows-based digital classrooms provide AAP students with access to advanced computer-aided design software as well as projection, digitizing, scanning, printing, and plotting devices.
SoftwareMicrosoft Office 2010, ArcGIS 10, Adobe CS6 Standard, STATA, Sketchup Pro, Google Earth Pro, AutoCad 2013, and various other applications.
Advanced Digital Media SERVICES (Room 222–223)
AAP’s Advanced Digital Media Service (ADMS) is a professional level editing and printing facility. ADMS has the capacity to create museum quality large-format digital prints. Printing can be done on a variety of media, including glossy and luster photo papers, fine art matte papers, canvas, and clear film. Print sizes can be up to 44” x 100” or more at lifetimes ranging from 30–100 years, depending on the medium. Color profiled monitors and a controlled lighting environment enable a close match of a screen image to what is produced on paper. The lab has neutral gray walls with blackout curtains over the windows, and pinup walls for proofing. The room layout is designed to support a focused workflow, collaborative work environment, and teaching space.
SoftwareMac OS X Lion 10.7.4 (Mac Pro) / Mac OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.2 (Mac Mini), Adobe CS6 Design Suite, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4, Final Cut Pro X, Burn, Cyberduck, FFMpeg, HandBrake, Audacity, Arduino, Processing, Microsoft Office 2011
AAP's open workspace has 12, 27" LCD stations with VGA and Apple Thunderbolt adapters for connecting either a PC or Mac laptop.
Olive Tjaden Hall
The iMac lab has 20 Intel Core 2 Duo iMacs (2.0Ghz). All computers have high-end software and hardware for multimedia projects. Projection is set up for daily use, and each machine contains 4 GB of memory and a DVD/CD burner. This lab is operated by the Cornell Academic Technologies Group for the campus community.
ContactLori L. Beebe, CIT iMac Lab, (607) 255-9267
Mobile and Classroom Equipment
Sibley 261b (no computer), 318, 223, 211, 144, 142,115, and B10
Rand 205 (no computer)
Ceiling mounted projectors
AAP classrooms equipped with ceiling mounted projectors and connected to a Mac laptop or Windows workstation:
Sibley rooms 307, 208, 157, and 101
Rand rooms 202