Technology will play a leading role throughout your educational experience at UCLA Anderson. Classrooms combine technology with academia to form an electronic learning environment for MBA students. When leveraged through the use of laptop computers, AndersoNet provides the technology foundation that MBA students need to work in teams and engage in real-world business issues.
In 1995, when the new UCLA Anderson campus opened its doors, we became the first fully networked educational complex in the world. The AndersoNet has grown to over 3,300 network ports with wireless access in all open areas, making us one of the most connected MBA campuses around.
Core technologies at UCLA Anderson include:
- Software to retrieve, summarize, analyze and interpret complex data
- Network and Internet communication technologies to collect and analyze information regardless of time or location
- Classroom and school connectivity to the Internet for real-time data sharing and collaboration with faculty and other students
- Access to a wide range of site-licensed business databases
Since 1993, we have required all MBA students to purchase a laptop computer to enrich the learning experience. The Student Technology Services office provides the information and assistance you will need to keep your laptop running efficiently. They understand the time pressures and challenges MBAs face and have designed their services to make things as easy as possible for you to keep your computer fully functional.
UCLA Anderson faculty use AndersoNet in a variety of ways and also vary in how they expect you to use your laptop. In some classes, faculty use and expect you to use technology extensively to model business problems and to support case analysis and discussion. Others use it less intensively for distribution of course notes, assignments and other materials, to administer exams, and to continue discussions from class.
If you have any questions regarding Rosenfeld Library or Student Technology Services at UCLA Anderson, please feel free visit our Website or to contact:
Rosenfeld Library, (310) 825-3138
Student Technology Services Office, firstname.lastname@example.org, (310) 206-2045