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==The Commons==
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==The Computer Center==
The commons is an unscheduled computing area which sports over 50 computers running Mac OSX, Windows XP or Ubuntu Linux. There are also a number of specialty stations for students to explore, including;
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The Computer Center common space is an unscheduled computing area with over 50 computers with Mac and Windows machines. The center also features multiple lounge areas and large tables for collaborative use or individual study.
 
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:* [[Graphics Workstation in the Computer Center|Graphics Workstation]]
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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==
The Computer Center has four separate teaching spaces. Please check our [http://www.evergreen.edu/scripts/we4.0/webevent.pl?cmd=opencal&cal=cal5& schedule] if you need to schedule time in one of them for your program.  If you need to reserve space in one of the computer classrooms, contact John McGee at extension 6108.
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The Computer Center has four separate teaching spaces, each room has 25 work stations and a podium. Requests to schedule these classrooms may be submitted via [https://schedule.evergreen.edu Schedule Evergreen].  
*'''''[[GC1 Grotto]]'''''
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*'''''[[L2610 | Room L2610]]'''''
*:The Grotto is a general PC access classroom which runs Windows XP and provides standard software packages like Microsoft Office and 4 web browsers in addition to Dreamweaver, Acrobat, Flash, and Photoshop. The Grotto consists of 26 Gateway Pentium IV computers and 1 scanner.
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*:This Mac classroom runs on OS 10.12.6 (Sierra) and provides standard software packages like Microsoft Office and iLife, in addition to limited Adobe products, and 3 web browsers. Capacity: 25 work stations plus a podium.
* '''''[[GC2 Solarium]]'''''
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*:The Solarium is also a general PC access classroom which runs Windows XP and provides standard software packages like Microsoft Office and 4 web browsers in addition to Dreamweaver, Acrobat, Flash, and Photoshop. The Solarium consists of 26 Gateway Pentium IV computers and 2 scanners.
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*'''''[[L2612 | Room L2612]]'''''
*'''''[[Mac Lounge]]'''''
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*:This is a PC room that can run Windows 10 or Linux. A standard lab setup offers software packages like Microsoft Office and 3 web browsers, in addition to limited Adobe products, and GIS software. Capacity: 25 work stations plus a podium.
*:The Mac Lounge consists of 26 iMac 1.25ghz computers (with 20" LCD screens) and 3 scanners. The Mac classroom runs on OS 10.4 and provides standard software packages like Microsoft Office and 4 web browsers in addition to Dreamweaver, Final Cut Pro, InDesign, Acrobat, Flash, and Photoshop.
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*'''''[[Advanced Computing]]'''''
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* '''''[[L2617 | Room L2617]]'''''
*:Advanced Computing is a [[ACC_Limited_Access | limited access]] classroom reserved for students enrolled in computer science programs. In addition to many of the offerings of the GCC, the ACC also provides several software development packages, and all 25 Gateway Pentium IV systems are configured to run both Windows XP and Linux.
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*:This is a PC room that can run Windows 10 or Linux. A standard lab setup offers software packages like Microsoft Office and 3 web browsers, in addition to limited Adobe products, and GIS software. Capacity: 25 work stations plus a podium.
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*'''''[[L2619 | Room L2619]]'''''
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*:This Mac classroom runs on OS 10.12.6 (Sierra) and provides standard software packages like Microsoft Office, iLife, and 3 web browsers. '''This is our only classroom with Adobe Creative Cloud, which includes Dreamweaver, InDesign, Acrobat Pro, Photoshop, and more.''' Capacity: 25 work stations plus a podium.
  
  
Look at [http://www.evergreen.edu/scripts/we4.0/webevent.pl?cmd=opencal&cal=cal5& master calendar] for availability for all classrooms. To reserve please contact [[Academic Computing Staff]].
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See the [https://www.evergreen.edu/technology/academic-computing Classroom Schedule] to view the availability of each of these classrooms. To reserve a space, please contact [https://www.evergreen.edu/technology/academic-computing-center-reservations/ Academic Computing].
  
 
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[[Category:Computer Center]]

Latest revision as of 14:15, 9 May 2019

The Computer Center

The Computer Center common space is an unscheduled computing area with over 50 computers with Mac and Windows machines. The center also features multiple lounge areas and large tables for collaborative use or individual study.

Computer Classrooms

The Computer Center has four separate teaching spaces, each room has 25 work stations and a podium. Requests to schedule these classrooms may be submitted via Schedule Evergreen.

  • Room L2610
    This Mac classroom runs on OS 10.12.6 (Sierra) and provides standard software packages like Microsoft Office and iLife, in addition to limited Adobe products, and 3 web browsers. Capacity: 25 work stations plus a podium.
  • Room L2612
    This is a PC room that can run Windows 10 or Linux. A standard lab setup offers software packages like Microsoft Office and 3 web browsers, in addition to limited Adobe products, and GIS software. Capacity: 25 work stations plus a podium.
  • Room L2617
    This is a PC room that can run Windows 10 or Linux. A standard lab setup offers software packages like Microsoft Office and 3 web browsers, in addition to limited Adobe products, and GIS software. Capacity: 25 work stations plus a podium.
  • Room L2619
    This Mac classroom runs on OS 10.12.6 (Sierra) and provides standard software packages like Microsoft Office, iLife, and 3 web browsers. This is our only classroom with Adobe Creative Cloud, which includes Dreamweaver, InDesign, Acrobat Pro, Photoshop, and more. Capacity: 25 work stations plus a podium.


See the Classroom Schedule to view the availability of each of these classrooms. To reserve a space, please contact Academic Computing.