Computer Labs

The Department of Geography and Anthropology maintains two computer labs for teaching and research in mapping sciences, digital humanities, climate studies, and other areas covered in the variety of courses offered by the department.

Popular software available in the labs:

  • Agisoft PhotoScan Pro
  • ArcGIS
  • Canvas
  • EndNote
  • Imagine
  • Google Earth Pro
  • Microsoft Office
  • QGIS
  • R
  • R Studio

Howe-Russell E220

The E220 lab is open to undergraduate and graduate students in the LSU community during open hours when there are no classes in the room. The 20-station lab gives students access to software and computing power for their research or completing class assignments. It also functions as a multimedia classroom.

Open hours Fall 2018:

M  8:30-10:30, 11:30-3:30
T 8:00-4:30
W 8:30-10:30, 11:30-4:30
TH 8:00-4:30
F 8:00-10:30, 1:30-3:30

Class schedule:

MWF 10:30-11:30 (GEOG 2010)
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Howe-Russell 260

The 260 teaching lab is used primarily for instruction of undergraduate courses. The room is equipped with a multimedia podium and projectors along with 28 workstations.


Class schedule:

MWF  09:30-10:20    (GEOG 4044)
MWF  10:30-11:20    (GEOG 4047)
MWF  11:30-12:20    (GEOG 4048)
TTH  12:00-13:20    (GEOG 7911)
MWF  12:30-13:20    (GEOG 4047)
MWF  13:30-14:20    (GEOG 7973)
MW   14:30-15:50    (ANTH/GEOG 7943)
TTH  15:30-16:50    (GEOG 4045)
260 lab