These rooms are sponsored by individual departments, or colleges, usually for the purpose of providing that department or college's students with particular software or work environments unavailable at the standard LTS computing sites. It's important to note that any support for using these facilities comes primarily from their host department rather than from LTS teams.
Fritz 605 -- Full Details and Instructions
Chairs that are _not_ fixed to the floor, and can be moved around the room.
These desks are affixed to the floor and cannot be moved.
Windows PCs, configured for access by Lehigh users. Available software differs depending on the location and site sponsor (LTS or a department). Please see the instruction links below.
Please remember: Always log out of public computers before you leave!
This is a Windows PC usually built into the podium in a High Technology Classroom. Generally, these systems are left powered on, but in a power-saving 'sleep mode'. To wake it, move the mouse, or press the power buttons on both the CPU and monitor. For more information, read the step-by-step instructions below.
-- Also note that all instructor station PCs contain an optical drive capable of reading and writing CDs and DVDs.
-- Also, Please Log Off of the PC when you are done using it.
Start here: This is a touch-activated control panel that activates (powers up) and selects the display, audio and computer equipment in the room. Some touch panels are as large as a computer monitor, and may enter a sleep mode. Tap them to wake them up. For full information, read the step-by-step instructions below.
Please remember to select 'Power Off' before leaving the room.
Standard black-and-white Laser Printer available to computers in the room.
Most of the provided PCs in classrooms and computer labs at Lehigh run Windows, and are connected to the campus LAN. They have a number of other features in common, and more information can be found in the HelpDesk's Public Site and Classroom Computer FAQ, but here are a few quick pointers:
- You'll need to press Ctrl-Alt-Del (the Control, Alt, and Delete keys) to open the login screen.
- After that, you'll need a Lehigh User Account to log in.
- If someone else is logged in, and the system is 'Locked', (but you know no one is currently using it) you can force the system to reset by holding down the power button for 10 seconds. This will cause the previous user to lose any work they didn't save, so be considerate.
- Please remember to Log Off of the system before you leave. To do this, click on the 'Start' button, and select 'Log Off' by hovering your cursor over the carat to the right of the 'Shut Down' button.
- If you need to install additional software, you can find downloads and instructions on the Lehigh University Software pages.