Computer Laboratories

The University of Cambodia has four different computer laboratories on campus.

1. Computer Repair Lab
2. IT Center Lab
3. Language and Multimedia Lab
4. Networking Lab

Computer Repair Lab: The Computer Repair Laboratory allows students to have hands-on experience in repairing computers. The Computer Repair Laboratory has 20 operational computers, and a number of computers of various brands and capacities to provide students the opportunity to decipher out different components of the computers.

IT Center Lab: The IT Center is used by students enrolled in ITE courses to deepen their understanding about using applications and knowledge about the general software, programming skills and designing skills. There are 68 computers in the IT Center. NetSupport School is used to monitor class activities. All computers are equipped with the following software: Adobe Collection, Vi¬sual Basic, Cisco Package tracker v.11, WampServer, Win Zip, Sony Vegas 8.0, Network Visualizer 4.0, Visual Studio 2010, MS Office 2010, SQL Server 2008, Longman Dictionary, Khmer Unicode, JCreater 4.0, Dos box, Corel Draw x5, Adobe CS 3, Turbo C++, QuickBooks Premier, Microsoft Visio 2007, and Microsoft Project 2007.

Language and Multimedia Lab:

UC’s Language & Multimedia Laboratory is a classroom where students use devices to listen and speak languages, specifically the English language. Students learning a foreign language can practice sound and word patterns individually or under supervision with the aid of audio equipment, etc. Students can listen, practice and respond to recorded lessons and spoken examples while an instructor monitors their progress. The Language & Multimedia Laboratory is also a place where students can build their word power or vocabulary. There are 57 Dell® computers in this laboratory, fully equipped with headphone, microphone and LCD monitors. Each PC runs Windows 7, Abobe® CS5, Microsoft Office 2010, the Rosetta Stone V2 application, Longman ToEFL test, and various dictionaries such as Orkika.

Networking Lab:

The infrastructure of the Networking Laboratory was designed to simulate a network connecting multiple devices such as computers, servers, and printers with different types of physical communication links. The interconnections between these virtual locations are slightly asymmetric, permitting interesting routing phenomena to be demonstrated. This laboratory is designed for the purpose of enhancing student’s understanding of the concepts discussed in a variety of networks and data communication. The Networking Laboratory also reinforces fundamental concepts and theories associated with the network’s physical layer, data link layer, network layer, transport layer, and application layer. The lab Includes simu¬lations devoted to Internet activities, Windows Server or Linux, and PC hardware. The desired learning outcome from this lab is that the student can understand the network infrastructure within a Local Area Network (LAN) as well as over a Wide Area Network (WAN). And to inspire them about the tasks of a network administrator. They can also understand the func¬tion of network devices clearly. This lab is also used to teach students about computer programming tools, and to allow students to learn and practice programming, and web programming such as html, Cascade Style Sheet (CSS), JavaScript, etc. The Networking Laboratory is equipped with 51 computers running under the NetSupport School software. All PCs run on Windows 7.