By: Academic Technologies
Posted on: October 4, 2022
The University Information and Technology staff have been busy this summer updating computers across OSU for Fall Term 2022. For instructional faculty and staff that have specific software and hardware needs based on learning outcomes, the online request form is available.
Kidder 028 received the most significant update from Campus Labs this summer. It now has brand new Dell Precision 5820 workstations for the entire room. These workstations include Intel Xeon processors with 4 cores and 3.6 GHz to 3.90 GHz Turbo, 32 GB memory, and AMD Radeon 8 GB video card.
Best practices for OSU Campus Labs use:
When possible, remember to save files and projects to OSU cloud storage, not locally on the workstation. This will alleviate issues when using a different workstation for a project/assignment.
Remember to log in with your OSU account. Do not share your login credentials. Always log out before leaving the workstation.
Test non-standard software in your assigned classroom before the term starts to confirm it is installed and working to meet your course learning outcomes.
Do you have suggestions to improve current Campus Labs technologies? Submit ideas to our general online form for review to be included in the next fiscal year.
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