Located in room 1031C in the Joseph F. Smith Building (JFSB) on the BYU campus, this lab houses 27 available computer workstations. These resources are free to use if you are taking Religion 261 or if looking for lesson information.
Contact the Computer Lab
The Computer Lab in 1031C JFSB can be reached in the following ways:
Please do not call during lesson hours. Refer to the lab schedule.
|9:00||Open Lab||Open Lab||Open Lab||Open Lab||Workshop||Closed|
|10:00||Workshop||Open Lab||Open Lab||Workshop||Open Lab||Closed|
|11:00||Open Lab||Devotional||Open Lab||Closed||Open Lab||Closed|
|12:00||Workshop||Open Lab||Open Lab||Open Lab||Open Lab||Closed|
|1:00||Open Lab||Workshop||Open Lab||Workshop||Open Lab||Closed|
|2:00||Open Lab||Open Lab||Open Lab||Open Lab||Workshop||Closed|
|3:00||Workshop||Workshop||Open Lab||Workshop||Open Lab||Closed|
|4:00||Open Lab||Open Lab||Open Lab||Open Lab||Workshop||Closed|
|5:00||Open Lab||Workshop||Open Lab||Open Lab||Open Lab||Closed|
Lab will be closed April 2
The lab will also be closed on reading days, April 13 & 14, and finals week, April 15–20.
|May 5 – 6||Workshop 1||Family Tree and Interfacing with RootsMagic|
|May 9 – 10||Workshop 2||RootsMagic and Family Sources|
|May 12 – 13||Workshop 3||FamilySearch—Records, Wiki, Forums, Catalog|
|May 16 – 17||Workshop 4||Large Online Databases and Census Case Study|
|May 19 – 20||Workshop 5||Family History Websites and Vital Records Case Study|
May 23 – 24
|Workshop 6||Temple Process and Policies and FamilySearch Indexing|
Meet the Lab Assistants