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Scientific Computing operates the CAL - the primary computing facility for Evergreen science students and programs - as well as a wide range of other computing resources. From data acquisition to maintenance of the campus weather station, the Scientific Computing group supports Evergreen science programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
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The CAL (Computer Application Lab) is a computer lab with two sides {East, West} on the first floor of Lab 2, catering to the Sciences.
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Each side has 25 computers (with 1 podium computer for a total of 26).
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There are 3 peripheral computers that can be used during CAL Hours of Operation; they also have scanners attached to the computers.
  
Contact us! Please feel free to contact us with your questions, comments and ideas. Our phone number is 867-6426 and our e-mail is [[http://rails.evergreen.edu/contact/?site=elms&recipient=scientific_computing&tt=true| scientific_computing@evergreen.edu]. We'd love to hear from you.
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'''CAL HOURS OF Operation'''
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M-F 07:00-22:00 (PST or -8 UTC or -7 DST UTC)
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S-S 13:00-18:00 (PST or -8 UTC or -7 DST UTC)
  
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(Since the CAL is about science, it uses the 24 hour clock)
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Latest revision as of 07:17, 2 October 2018

Calmap.jpg

The CAL (Computer Application Lab) is a computer lab with two sides {East, West} on the first floor of Lab 2, catering to the Sciences. Each side has 25 computers (with 1 podium computer for a total of 26).
There are 3 peripheral computers that can be used during CAL Hours of Operation; they also have scanners attached to the computers.

CAL HOURS OF Operation
M-F 07:00-22:00 (PST or -8 UTC or -7 DST UTC)
S-S 13:00-18:00 (PST or -8 UTC or -7 DST UTC)

(Since the CAL is about science, it uses the 24 hour clock)