Information Technology Services maintains university public computer labs equipped with Windows and Macintosh-based systems and various computer applications in support of class requirements. Students must have a University MIDAS account to use the computers in the labs. IT consultants are available in all labs to provide assistance with application and computer-related questions and problems.
In addition, many academic units run their own computer labs. Check with the respective academic departments for details on specialized resources.
ITS provides access to more than 300 networked machines on campus, all of which feature high-speed Internet connections and many popular software applications.
Classrooms at ODU are equipped with the newest and most advanced technology to help facilitate learning for students.
ODU's virtual environments provide students, faculty, and staff with access to software and lab resources via the internet from any computer.