Lab (MM401) Policy
lab is for people who are working on a phonetics or computational
- If others
are working on projects, please practice common courtesy and limit talking
and phone calls.
phone in the lab is for lab business.
lab is available from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday.
are not allowed to check out the lab key without permission from Damir
Cavar or Kenneth de Jong.
food, drink, or tobacco is allowed near the computer desks. Keep your food
or drink on the table in a middle of the room.
the air conditioner on in summer.
Computer and Equipments Policies:
computers are for academic use.
functions and game playing are restricted from all computers.
- Do NOT
leave any of your data on the machines. Always save data to a disk or your
to log out (but don’t turn off) the machine when you leave the room.
- Do NOT
plug or unplug any cables attached to the DAT and Amp.
off the audio equipment when you leave the room.
- If you
want to install a program, contact the lab maintenance at phonlab @ indiana.edu.
out lab equipments is possible with permission from Damir Cavar or Kenneth
documents unrelated with a phonetics or computational linguistics projects
are not allowed.
should not use the printers as duplicating machines. If you want multiple
copies of a document, print one copy and then use a photocopy machine to
make more copies.
should not print manual pages on DAT, WaveSurfer, etc. Hard copies of
these manual pages are available on the bookshelf in the lab.
you send a document to the printer, make sure you pick it up even if you
no longer want it.
you run out of paper, go to the Linguistics Office (Memorial Hall 322) for
is necessary on the sheet located outside of the MM401.
computer has a name. Macintoshes are food, and PCs are animals. They are
named in the English alphabetical order. A computer whose name begins with
initial letter A is the oldest one. For example, Armadillo is the
oldest PC in the lab.
sheet will be posted on Fridays for the following two weeks.
may sign up for a maximum block of time of 3 hours.
may sign up for a maximum of 10 hours in a given week.
forfeit your rights to the computer if you don not show up within 20
minutes of the time you have signed up for. .
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Last updated on Jan 11, 2004