Contact: Instructional Technologies Support - Academic Computing firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructional Technologies Support - Academic Computing strives to bring consistency, security, productivity, and innovation to all of our open lab environments. In keeping with these goals, the core software package has been standardized across all of the open labs for a consistent use experience. This software includes:
Available Assistive Software
In addition to our standard set of software (listed below), these programs have been made available at the Assistive labs for your convenience:
Microsoft Office 2013
MS Visual Studio 2012
Google Google Sketch up
VLC (DVD Player)
Real Player Cloud
SAP Front End
SSH Secure Shell
Adobe Creative Cloud
Lab Hours are determined through logged usage and utilization statistics. They are subject to change through University closures, Holidays, and by semester. Up to date hours are posted here at this website as changes occur. Power outages will result in immediate lab closure.
|Fall/Spring Semesters||Summer Semesters|
|Fall \ Spring||Summer|
|Sunday||Library Hours||Library Hours|
|Monday||Library Hours||Library Hours|
|Tuesday||Library Hours||Library Hours|
|Wednesday||Library Hours||Library Hours|
|Thursday||Library Hours||Library Hours|
|Friday||Library Hours||Library Hours|
|Saturday||Library Hours||Library Hours|
Printing in our Open Computer Labs is free for all Texas State University Students currently enrolled with an active username. A per semester limit is set for each student of 2500 pages. Extensions to this limitation are determined on a case by case basis. To request an extension please send an email to email@example.com.
Our print system is intended to be a resource for students to complete classwork only. While we do not monitor the types of jobs printed in a given semester, request for extensions beyond the standard limitation will include a review of past jobs printed. Pages printed for departments or organizations using lab resources will result in a denial of printing extentions.