The Clarkson University Internet Teaching Laboritory (ITL) was formed through a program administered by CAIDA. The lab serves the Clarkson community in a variety of ways. First, the computer science classes use the lab for hands-on excersises. Second, it is used for advanced projects in networking by student teams in the Clarkson Open Source Institute. Finally, any interested person is welcome to stop into the lab during open hours to experiment with the networking software and hardware available in the lab. Knowledgeable students familiar with the lab facilities (and usually involved in advanced networking projects) staff the lab during these open hours.

There are many ways to get involved with the ITL. You can join the ITL mailing list and attend meetings. You can also take one of the networking courses at Clarkson or drop by the labs and ask questions. Additionally, you can take ITL for credit.

If you are a high school or transfer student who is interested in attending Clarkson University in a computer-related major, please visit the ITL at one of the official Clarkson Open Houses.

More information can be found on the CSLabs Wiki or by contacting Dr. Jeanna Matthews. You can also take a look at our archives and pictures of the lab.