- you should see many of these facilities during your tour??? or feel free to wander through the buildings and stop in to the various labs
- also a lost and found for things left in the computer labs
Planning students will use this lab in first year for ….. Use is restricted to those taking courses that are booked into the lab - which courses?
use the studio to photograph planning models, people, etc. Develop your own black and white film and prints $5 fee to cover chemicals? can borrow video cameras from helpdesk and edit footage in ES2 169 using Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere… make a DVD of your field trip or research project.. there are scanners in various labs which you can use to scan pictures, drawings, etc
explain how to Login 750 MB of network storage for you to use…; can access from home? erased at the end of each term?? Backup your important work, e.g., USB keys or CDs all computers in the labs have CD burners, the computers in the main Windows lab and the video editing suite also have DVD burners
Colour and B&W laser printers in main computer lab - can print from lab computers or your personal computer/laptop printing fees range from ? c/pg (B&W) to $1.30 for tabloid size colour printing once you starting printing in the next couple of weeks, you can additional tips from our website - e.g., if you’re printing from a laptop or printing complex files
UW ACE is used for online portions of many courses. Some profs will post their course outlines there, others will use it for quizzes can access it from home or school using any web browser login using your UW userid and ?? password
If you have your own computer, you can access email, the web, and your network disk space from home, residence, labs, or in-between if you have a laptop with wireless access we get great discounts on many software packages because we’re a university. If you need software, you may want to check out the computer store in the CampusTechShop in the Student Life Centre or the CHIP (means?) in the Math building.
Fall 2006 Orientation Introduction to Mapping, Analysis and Design (MAD)