Now Available: Research Commons Remote Access Computer Lab

The Research Commons is excited to announce a new service: remote access to our Computer Lab. Ohio State researchers now have a way to access specialized software without physically visiting campus. Researchers can reserve a computer with specialized software for the entire day from the comfort of their home or office (all reservations are from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday). All requests must be made by the end of business day prior to the day of your requested reservation, and are open to graduate students, post docs, faculty and staff. Visit the Research Commons website to learn more and reserve remote access to a PC.

The priority for access will be graduate students, postdocs, and faculty, but undergraduate researchers who need access to specialized software can email the Research Commons (researchcommons@osu.edu) to request an exception. Undergraduate researchers who request an exception will be approved so long as there are PCs available.

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