Tag: Academic Computing

Summer Open Lab Hours (CC15 & CC15A)

Summer Open Lab Hours (CC15 & CC15A)

Please be advised that beginning May 27, 2014 the open computer labs; CC15 and CC15A summer hours will begin. Monday – Thursday: 8AM – 11PM Friday: CLOSED* Saturday: 8:30AM – 9PM Sunday: 9AM – 8:30AM *Labs will be open on Friday May 30, 2014; 8AM – 11PM Summer Lab Hours are effective from May 27, […]

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Fall 2014 Classroom, Podium, and Lab Images

Fall 2014 Classroom, Podium, and Lab Images

You are invited to participate in the development and testing of the computer image for fall 2014. Windows PCs will continue to run Microsoft Windows 7 and Apple Macintosh systems will be upgraded to Mavericks (OS 10.9). In this cycle we have two major upgrades: Adobe Creative Cloud (PC and Mac) and Microsoft Office 2013 […]

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Spring Break Lab Hours

Spring Break Lab Hours

Academic Computing Spring Recess Hours for the week of 4/14/14 to 4/20/14 are as follows:   CC15 & CC15a: Monday – Wednesday: Open 24 hours Thursday: Closes at 11pm Friday:  The college is closed Saturday: Labs reopen at 8am Sunday: Open 24 hours Have a happy and safe break!

April 10, 2014 | By | Reply More
Computer Labs

Computer Labs

Ask IT: Question & Answer Forum: Which Labs have Autocad? What are these labs’ hours and do they have a phone number where you can reach someone? Thank you, Ceci Thompson   Answer: Hello Ceci, All the labs including CC15 and CC15a have Autocad. The classroom labs which are C227 through C232 all have specific […]

May 16, 2012 | By | Reply More
Deteriorating Classroom Conditions

Deteriorating Classroom Conditions

Question: It is time for some serious attention to be paid to the deteriorating conditions in the classrooms in which we teach.  Primarily:  C409, C415A, C415B, C415C, CC16, and CC40.  The furniture has not been cleaned in a very long time.  Table tops and keyboards are filthy.  They used to be kept clean by work […]

November 1, 2011 | By | 1 Reply More
U4ia Corrupted Files

U4ia Corrupted Files

ASK IT form questions & comments: From faculty member Barbara Burger: I teach U4ia but we know this happens to students of other programs.  It may be worse with U4ia because it’s older and less flexible.  The problem is corrupted files.  A student can save a file fine to their flash drive, Y drive or […]

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The Scoop on Faculty & Staff Software Requests

The Scoop on Faculty & Staff Software Requests

One of the most frequent questions that I get at this time of year from faculty is about how to obtain a copy of a piece of software for either their office or home computer to aid in their teaching.  SO… I thought to outline the process below. Microsoft Office for both Windows and Mac: […]

April 30, 2010 | By | Reply More
Tribute to Apple

Tribute to Apple

At the risk of coming across as some sort of Apple fanatic (those of you that know me can attest to that fallacy) , I wanted to post this beautifully done short clip that a group called Transparent House did in honor of the release of the iPad. Enjoy. http://vimeo.com/9820827 PS: KILL FLASH. Before viewing […]

March 5, 2010 | By | 3 Replies More
Ask IT Q&A with student Jennifer Reminick on C307

Ask IT Q&A with student Jennifer Reminick on C307

“Ask IT” Question: The electronic lock on the door to c307 needs to be replaced. The teachers have a hard time opening it, and so do the security guards. My teacher Sean Sullivan does not even have a card for the room. We have wasted hours of his class as security try to open the […]

December 14, 2009 | By | Reply More
Academic Skills Tutoring Center Partnership with Academic Computing Center

Academic Skills Tutoring Center Partnership with Academic Computing Center

Tutoring– an important component of an undergraduate education– has always been the means by which an institution provides students with the opportunity to seek help on a one-on-one basis or in a small group. The academic setting in which the tutor and the student(s) meet can often play a defining role in how this relationship […]

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