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==The Commons==
 
==The Commons==
The commons is an unscheduled computing area which sports over 50 computers running Mac OS 10.7, Windows 7 or Ubuntu Linux.
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The commons is an unscheduled computing area which sports over 50 computers running Mac OS 10.9, Windows 7 or Ubuntu Linux.
 
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There are also a number of specialty stations available for students:
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:* [[Access Technology Workstations in the Computer Center|Access Technology Workstations]]
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:* [[Digital Video Workstation in the Computer Center|Digital Video Workstation]]
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:* [[Audio Workstation in the Computer Center|Audio Workstation]]
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==Computer Classrooms==
 
==Computer Classrooms==

Revision as of 11:19, 22 January 2015

The Commons

The commons is an unscheduled computing area which sports over 50 computers running Mac OS 10.9, Windows 7 or Ubuntu Linux.

Computer Classrooms

The Computer Center has four separate teaching spaces, each room has 25 work stations and a podium. Please check our Classroom Schedule if you need to reserve time in one of them for your program and contact Academic Computing or Computer Center manager, Dylan Houston, at extension 6240 to reserve.

  • Room L2610
    This Mac classroom runs on OS 10.7 and provides standard software packages like Microsoft Office and iLife in addition to Dreamweaver, InDesign, Acrobat, Flash, Photoshop, and 3 web browsers. Capacity: 25 work stations plus a podium.
  • Room L2612
    This is a PC room that can run Windows 7 or Linux. A standard lab setup offers software packages like Microsoft Office and 4 web browsers in addition to Dreamweaver, InDesign, Acrobat, Flash, and Photoshop. GIS software is installed. Capacity: 25 work stations plus a podium.
  • Room L2617
    This is a PC room that can run Windows 7 or Linux. A standard lab setup offers software packages like Microsoft Office and 4 web browsers in addition to Dreamweaver, InDesign, Acrobat, Flash, and Photoshop. GIS software is installed. Capacity: 25 work stations plus a podium.
  • Room L2619
    This Mac classroom runs on OS 10.7 and provides standard software packages like Microsoft Office and iLife in addition to Dreamweaver, InDesign, Acrobat, Flash, Photoshop, and 3 web browsers. Capacity: 25 work stations plus a podium.


See the Classroom Schedule for availability for all classrooms. To reserve please contact Academic Computing.