Facilities

DECThe INI provides all students with work space, as well as access to a phone, fax machine, copier and printers. The INI building, and the entire Carnegie Mellon campus, offers wireless Internet access for all students. The INI building also provides a kitchen and lounge area for student use. Photos of the INI building, campus and the surrounding area of Pittsburgh can be viewed on the INI's photo stream on Flickr.

To aid in their studies, INI students have access to the campus libraries, which maintain over a million books and subscribe to relevant periodicals and databases, such as the extensive Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. (IEEE) database. Remote students are afforded every resource available to students on the Pittsburgh campus, and they can have any book the libraries have in the collection, or are able to order, shipped directly to them.

Virtual Tours

INI Photo Stream

Take a virtual tour of the Information Networking Institute and see our global classrooms, wireless technology, working environment, and local culture.

Go to the photo stream on Flickr.

Carnegie Mellon Virtual Tour

One of the best ways to learn about a university is to visit it. If you can't come to Carnegie Mellon by plane, train or car, visiting campus virtually is the next best thing. Our virtual tour will share with you an insider's view of academic and residential life, places to eat, recreational opportunities and more.

Go to the Carnegie Mellon Virtual Tour. 

INI Distributed Education Centers

DECThe INI Distributed Education Centers (DEC) are the INI's distance-learning classrooms.The INI Distributed Education Center in the Collaborative Innovation Center (DEC@CIC) is located on Forbes Avenue on the Carnegie Mellon University campus. The INI Distributed Education Center on Henry Street (DEC@Henry) is located on the lower level of the INI building.

Equipped with the latest video-conferencing technologies, the classrooms connect the students and faculty in Pittsburgh to their counterparts in Greece, Japan and Portugal, and to the INI classroom on the Silicon Valley campus in California, in order to make students in all remote locations feel like they are all in one classroom.