What's New

Changes to student printing services

posted Sep 1, 2016, 11:59 AM by Linda Dick   [ updated Sep 1, 2016, 1:30 PM ]

In addition to the black and white printing that was previously offered, we have now added a large format printer (plotter) in labs 85 and 290. This printer can print research posters and other large documents on 3' wide paper. You can see some examples of output from the printer, created by MURP students, along the 2nd floor hallway that connects us with Heller Hall!

We have also implemented a "printing allowance" system which provides each student with a generous allowance of free printing each semester. This allowance can be used for regular black and white printing, as well as the new large format printers. Read more >

New remote software access for students

posted Jul 22, 2016, 3:13 PM by Linda Dick   [ updated Sep 1, 2016, 12:00 PM ]

We have upgraded our remote software offerings for students for the coming year! Please visit the Software section for more information.

WiFi upgrades at the Humphrey School

posted Sep 5, 2015, 12:08 PM by Linda Dick

This summer, OIT conducted a review of the WiFi coverage at the Humphrey School, and installed new equipment to improve coverage, particularly in basement labs and classrooms. Still experiencing problems? Please report them!

Front Desk Equipment Checkout Service

posted Sep 5, 2015, 11:44 AM by Linda Dick

The equipment checkout service at the HHH front desk was refreshed during the summer, with updated equipment and an all-new booking system to assist staff in tracking inventory. For more information, visit Equipment Checkout Service.

Managed printing implemented in HHH computer labs

posted Sep 5, 2015, 11:25 AM by Linda Dick

The Humphrey School has recently implemented a "managed printing" system in the computer labs (HHH 40, 80, 85 and 290.) Printing is still free of charge to all Humphrey students, but there is a simple procedure to release your print job after sending it to the printer, thus cutting down on accidental printing and wasted paper in an ongoing effort to be mindful of resource consumption.

For more information, please visit student printing.

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