Building 1 Room 202 and 218
*Please check AAC Welcome Desk for the most current schedule.
The AAC's computer lab has access to DMACC's Local Area Network, which contains access to the Internet and to software support for subjects taught in college classes. The AAC is also able to help students access myDMACC, Blackboard, WebInfo System, Webmail and other DMACC computer programs. Headphones with microphones are available. An instructor is available during regular AAC hours to assist students with questions about computer operation as well as software applications. Listed below are software programs with which AAC faculty and lab assistants can assist:
- Adobe Creative Cloud Suite
- Microsoft Office
- Focus on Grammar
- Rosetta stone
- Web Blended Sites
- Library Access (EBSCO)
- Internet Research
If you have any questions regarding the Computer Lab, please contact the URBAN Testing Center at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 515-248-7218.