For information about OIT's campus-wide printing solutions visit Managed Printing.
You can print on 42 or 60 inches wide paper in Coffman Union B060 for $4.50 per square foot.
Campuses worldwide are rethinking the design of computer labs, and so are we. Check back for updates.
Print cheaper, print greener by sending your print jobs to a duplex printer.
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) manages numerous computer labs on the Twin Cities campus. Students from all colleges may drop in to use the computer labs during open hours, and instructors from all colleges may reserve them to teach classes during available times. This service offering is part of our Academic Technology Spaces services.
OIT and its partners remodeled the training and collaboration space in Blegen 90. It provides a unique atmosphere for both individual and group work, as well as a variety of services offered by OIT and its partners.
Essentially, the space is a pilot space for OIT as we begin to rethink the design and purpose of traditional OIT computer labs on campus. The remodel was a research-based design intended to foster education and innovation through state-of-the-art space and services. OIT has partnered in consultation with several groups campuswide for their feedback and suggestions.
The redesigned space is different than traditional computer labs in that it is more campus community-focused, rather than strictly student-focused. While students are still the primary clientele, the space serves faculty and staff, as well.
Want to learn how to find free images, format bibliographies, or edit videos? Students, faculty, and staff are invited to participate in Technology Learning Bytes (TLB), 30-minute learning sessions on these and other topics. No cost, no registration. Attend, ask questions, and expand your skills! Location: Blegen 90.
There are no TLB sessions scheduled for this week.
All Tech Stop and computer lab walk-in technology help locations provide assistance for students, faculty, and staff to receive face-to-face technology consultations and support. Follow the link for more information and a list of services provided.
If you are printing several large images in a single file consider printing one page at a time. For more printing tips and answers to additional questions visit the Technology Help page, or call (612) 301-4357.
27" iMacs are excellent for manipulating pictures, sound and video with Apples iLife '11 suite.
Now available in the Walter 103, Coffman B060, and Vocational & Technical Education 220/230 computer labs.
VoiceOver, Apple's utility to make it easier for the blind and those with low-vision to use a computer, is available on all of the Mac's in the computer labs. VoiceOver can be turned on by using the system preference panel, universal access or by holding the command and F5 keys down simultaneously.
Please bring your own earphones.
New communication kiosk cabinets with a touch screen interface are now on campus thanks to a partnership between the CLA Student Technology Fee Committee and OIT.