For the last few years IS&T has drastically reduced the amount of paper materials we give out to incoming students and faculty during Orientation. We have also tried to come up with something that is useful, easy to carry, and cost-effective to produce. The result is this Campus Computing and Technology Map (The Map). It can be conveniently printed on legal-size paper, and folded down to business-card size to keep in your wallet.
In addition to listing IS&T-run computing locations on campus, it also lists technology installations and important locations maintained by other departments, as well as other technology and campus resources that may be of use to new students and faculty. Look for our Computing at MIT classes during Orientation week and the IS&T tables at the Academic Expo and Community Fair.
You may also request printed copies of the map by using the form below. We hope to keep this a living and evolving document, synchronized with the electronic campus map. To that end we encourage you to send us your ideas for improvement, thoughts on the map in general, and assessment of whether this document is useful to new members of the MIT community. Please send us your feedback using the contact form.
Download and fold your own
You can download a PDF of the paper map. It is designed to be printed on legal-size (8.4 x 14 inches) paper, in color and two-sided (short edge binding or tumble mode duplex). See the attached folding instructions on how to fold it to wallet size.
Check out MIT's online campus map, developed by IS&T and built on top of Google Maps. You can search for locations and key resources on campus and take advantage of many other Google Maps features. Try searching for Athena or Service Desk and get directions to key computing resources on campus!
Download the MIT Mobile Web App to get essential MIT information and services anytime, anywhere on your mobile device. Services include: Campus map, shuttle service, Stellar, and Tech Cash.