Computer Lab Usage Policies X

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Computer Lab Usage Policies The following are policies are for the students. 1. Each student will keep an assigned computer to use for the semester during class time. 2. ABSOLUTELY No Food or Drink in lab room. This includes Water. 3. Do not change settings on computers. 4. Do not shut down the computer after use, unless instructed to do so by your instructor. 5. Your options to save your class assignments are: A. Email them to your Email address B. USB memory device. C. (S) drive Open the student drive (S drive) on your desktop and create a new folder, name it a unique name and save the file you are working on. These files can be accessed and tampered with by others. D. (T) drive Open thaw space (T drive) in My Computer and create a new folder, name it a unique name and save the file you are working on. These files can be accessed and tampered with by others. Do not save on the computer hard drive (C) or desktop! Your work will be lost! Do not save personal files or unrelated stuff !!!
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Please close all applications when done. 7. Please pick up trash, return chairs to their original positions, and remove storage devices. 8. Do not move desks, there are cables running through them. Do not kick cables under the desk with your feet . 9. If you have a personal- laptop; do not PLUG it into the COLLEGE NETWORK or you WILL be removed from the class. Wireless is the only way to access the College network 10. The printers are for classroom assignments, not homework assignments or personal stuff!!! 11. Do not download or install software on computers 12. If you experience any technical difficulty, please notify technical support staff or instructor immediately. Do not try to fix it by yourself! 13. Any additional items needed in the lab classroom for class projects are located in H307. 14. If you violate these regulations, you could lose your user privilege to computer lab...
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2010 for the course ECE 220 taught by Professor Strickland during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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