The Social Science Instructional Labs (SSIL) are PC based computer labs designed to assist students, staff, and faculty with innovative instructional technology applications in the social sciences. Our facilities include two instructional labs and an additional user lab with PC workstations.
- McKenzie 442: 34 stations + instructor station
- McKenzie 445: 27 stations + instructor station
- Advanced Lab: 9 stations
We specialize in providing the university community with access to Geographic Information Systems and statistical modeling and analysis software packages. We also provide general GIS advising and assistance to the university community (refer to the GIS tab for our online help resources).
As of Winter term 2020, SSIL no longer conducts exam proctoring. For more info and assistance, please visit the Online Exam Center site.
Our labs are available for instructional use, general use, and special workshop or training events. Please note that SSIL is independent of the UO Libraries McKenzie Computing Lab. If you have any questions please contact the SSIL Lab Consultant Desk in 460H Mckenzie Hall, 541-346-2547
- Monday through Thursday: 8am – 10pm
- Friday: 8am – 6pm
- Saturday: 11am – 6pm
- Sunday: 11am – 10pm
- Monday through Friday: Varies
- Saturday and Sunday Closed
- Thanksgiving Vacation
- Winter Holiday Vacation
- Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday
- Spring Vacation
- Memorial Day
- Labor Day
- End of Summer Session through Start of Fall