for Student Use of Biology Computers
PC & Mac computers in S201, S205, S212, S213, S214, and S216
Christian Brothers University Biology Department
[Revised August 2005]
How to access CBU biology course resources on valhalla.
|1. Students doing assigned biology course work have first priority of access. For non-biology course work, Biology students have priority over other students. Non-academic pursuits have lowest priority.||2. 2nd floor printer is not available
to students unless they have Faculty permission. Students
who want paper printout should use a printer at the Computer Center (ITS)
There are scanners in S213, ITS Lab 3, and the library that are available for student use. Students should not ask Mrs. Allen to scan anything for them.
|3. Students need to supply their own floppy
or Zip disks (available at the bookstore and at ITS).
Or, send files to sheba student account drive space.
Generally, students should not save anything on the hard drive. With faculty permission, a student may park something temporarily as long as it is placed in a clearly identifiable folder (directory). For example, name the directory using studentís full name. However, biology faculty reserve the right to delete any student directories and files at any time without notification to the student.
|4. Students are asked not to make changes to the computer directory structure or to the desktop without permission from a faculty member. Any unauthorized changes, including saved documents and new software installations, will be deleted without notification.|
|5. Students can use the instructorís PC (and doc camera, VCR, etc.) in the labs or S214 but only with permission from a faculty member. (This also applies to S-153 and S-155.) Students can use biology digital document cameras (and microscope camera, etc.) to scan images but only with permission of a faculty member.||6. If you are the last one to use a biology room (for example, late in the afternoon), be certain that the door is locked and computers are properly shut down and turned off when you leave. Labs are generally kept locked when not in use.|
|7. Please report any hardware or software problems to ITS or to a biology faculty member.||8. Web surfing for courseware or career info? Share the URLís of the coolest, most interesting sites you find and Dr. Ross will post them on the Biology Dept. web site (email@example.com) and share them with Biomajors or Caduceus readers.|
|Course Resources are available on \\valhalla\biology [Restricted to CBU]|