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These computing facilities provide users with valid accounts access to a range of software. Students living in other locations may have access to residence hall clusters between 7: The computer lab stations are currently running Microsoft Windows 7.
The stations have USB drive support, allowing users to view, create, edit, print and save files to and from USB drives. Please save often to a USB drive or a cloud location. When there are no classes scheduled, the hands-on electronic classrooms are converted to computer labs.
Some locations have part-time lab consultants to provide lab help. Windows stations and Macintosh stations. Each one is tailored to a particular set of needs. Windows and Macintosh stations require UNI account login, and provide access to email, web, and standard applications such as word processors and spreadsheet software.
Additional courseware applications are also installed so students can complete their academic coursework. Requests to have additional software installed at a workstation requires two weeks advance notice.
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[email protected], the University’s learning management system (LMS), offers instructors course sites to post readings, library reserves, and syllabi. A CourseWorks site is a good way to make course material accessible to students at any time — in many cases eliminating paper handouts.