The Mark computer lab has been de-densified for the fall 2020 semester. There are student 12 computers and 1 instructor’s computer available for data-intensive research and teaching. Computers do not need to be reserved ahead of time, but are not available when a class is in session. See the calendar below for classroom availability.
Please follow all Tufts’ Covid-19 requirements regarding the use of PPE and social distancing guidelines.
About the Mark Lab
The Tisch Mark Computer Lab is located on the first floor of Tisch Library (down one flight from main entrance level). The computer lab may be reserved for semester classes, one-time classroom use, workshops and trainings, with priority given to A&S Data Science courses.
The computer lab classroom is equipped with:
- 24 desktops running Windows 10 with 24″ LCD Monitors
- A instructors podium with rotating monitor, Windows 10 Desktop and various multimedia connections
- 2 overhead projectors and 2 projector screens
- Mounted camera with microphone and built in WebEx/recording capabilities.
- 2 laptop tables/station
To learn more about the software in the Mark Lab, please see the Data Lab Software page.
Mark Lab Reservations & Calendar
To reserve the Mark Lab for semester classes, please email DataLabfirstname.lastname@example.org as early as possible, as dates and times are limited. To reserve the Mark Lab for workshops, meetings, or other non-regularly occurring events, users can email the Data Lab support elist or put in a request via ReserveTufts.
The Mark Lab is not available while classes or workshops are in session, but open for use anytime the room is not reserved. Scroll down to view an updated and interactive classroom google calendar, which includes one off classes and workshops.