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Academic Support (cont'd)
Office of Information Technology
COE 401, (406) 247-5755
The Office of Information Technology provides computing and multi-media technology services to students, faculty, and staff. The office supports over 800 student computers across 3 campuses. Students may go to College of Education 401 to receive assistance with using computing applications, questions accessing their student login accounts and developing special multi-media technology projects. Assistance is also available by calling (406) 247-5755.
Student Computing Resources
The lab is open to all current MSU Billings students during Library hours and Student Assistants are available to support students in the use of hardware and standard software and to direct them to additional help resources if needed.
Students must have a student ID Card to use the computers in the Information Commons, and will need money in their U-card accounts to pay for color printing and other services. People who are not current students, faculty or staff of MSU Billings will be asked to use the open access computers located in other areas of the Library.
Access is available to the Internet, email, and the Library’s online catalog as well as other web-based Library resources. Each MSU Billings student has disk space to store his or her course related documents. Disability accommodation resources are available and students using the Assistive Technology Lab on the 1st floor of the Library have easy access to the lab and support staff.
College of Technology Information Commons
College of Education 401
The lab is open to all current MSU Billings students; Information Technology staff are available to support students in the use of hardware and standard software and to direct them to additional help resources if needed.
Students must have a student ID Card to use the computers in COE 401 and preference is given to academic work, and will need money in their U-card accounts to pay for color printing and other services.
All computers are connected to a network (LAN) providing students at each computer access to the Internet, email, and disk space to store their email and course related documents.
Multi-media Technology Services
Services include development of video, photo, multi-media, music, and presentation materials for coursework. There are consulting staff available to assist in the design and to utilize the best practices in production of these materials.
Wireless Internet Access
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