These classrooms are equipped with Apple Macintosh computers in order to provide unique software available on the Macintosh operating system.
Building C A009 -- Full Details and Instructions
This is an Apple Macintosh computer configured for use by students, faculty, staff or registered event attendees.
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.
A device attached to a computer, allowing images of documents to be captured and saved to electronic files.
Chairs that are _not_ fixed to the floor, and can be moved around the room.