All classrooms on campus have computer access.
Each classroom is wired for access to the campus network and
the Internet. A computer and/or an LCD projector on a cart with
the accessories listed below can be requested by instructors
for use in any class.
Six PC carts are available for delivery on campus: four
in the main complex of buildings (LA, TL, CO, CL, AL) and
two in the Nursing Education Building. All carts have CD-ROM drives, external stereo speakers and LCD projectors.
A Macintosh computer along with a projector on a cart is available. Included are a Zip drive and
Two "floater" projectors are available for delivery.
These projectors can be connected to either PCs or Macintoshes,
and can be delivered for connection to laptops owned by students,
faculty, or guests.
NOTE: Technology Services strongly recommends that any personally-owned
laptop be brought in ahead of time and tested with our projectors
to ensure success on the delivery date.
There are several remote mice available for delivery. The mice are comprised of two parts - the remote and the receiver and can be used on both PCs and Macs. The receiver is plugged into a USB port on the computer. The remote is cordless allowing you to operate the mouse without
pointing it at or being near the PC.
There are several presentation remotes available for delivery. The remotes are comprised of two parts - the remote and the receiver and can be used on both PCs and Mac. The receiver is plugged into a USB port on the computer. The Presentation Remote can only be used for PowerPoint presentations.
Wireless Laptop Carts
When multiple computers are needed in a classroom,
instructors can request one of two wireless
laptop computer carts. Wireless laptop cart #1 has 22 PC
notebook computers with a wireless network system. Wireless
laptop cart #2 has 30 PC notebook computers with a wireless
network system. Each cart includes an on-board printer.
Many different software applications are available and used
for coursework. These include standard Office 2007 applications
as well as software used by specific courses. Students have
access to software for concept mapping, creating graphics,
desktop publishing, mathematical analysis and graphing, programming,
statistical analysis, tutorials, video editing, and web design.
Specialized software is available for students with disabilities.