A number of resources exist to support the graduate school community’s computer and media needs. The Information Technology Office is a one-stop shop for nearly all computer support needs on campus, including email services, computer training courses, Moodle and Webdisk support, and more.
All members of the Lewis & Clark community have a unique email address and access to our electronic mail services. Your mail can be accessed online using LCMail, powered by Google. For email support (including creating an account, changing a password, and setting vacation messages), visit the Account Mangagment page.
Wireless Internet Access
Wireless access is available on the graduate campus in the York Graduate Center and in Rogers Hall. It is also available in Watzek Library, JR Howard Hall, Olin Center for Physics & Chemistry, Miller, Maggie’s and the Dovecote, Fields Dining Hall, Stamm, Thayer, Council Chambers, most of Albany and Griswold Stadium.
York Graduate Center Computer Labs
The graduate school computer lab is located in York 118. Student ID is required for access. Additional computers can be found in the York Open Computer Center, Watzek Library, and Templeton Student Center.
Each year, graduate students are allotted 650 sheets of paper for printing in the computer labs; balances can be checked online. You can increase your paper balance for $.06/sheet.
Moodle is an open-source learning management system. Many graduate school courses have Moodle sites set up for document sharing, discussion boards, assignments, and more.
WebDisk is Lewis & Clark’s web-based data storage solution. Each student, faculty and staff member are assigned 1 GB of spage on the WebDisk server, and files stored on WebDisk can be accessed from anywhere with an Internet connection, shared with others, and more.
Graduate students may also rent video cameras from Graduate Media Services in Rogers Hall (limited checkout hours—please check website for updates).
Instructional Media Resources
Students, faculty and staff are welcome to visit the Instructional Media Resources lab (in the basement of Watzek Library) any time. There, you will find some of the most advanced available photo, video, and design software, poster printing, and support for your multimedia needs, including items for rent.
Google Apps for Education
With Google Apps for Education, every graduate student has 30 GB of email and file storage space, advanced scheduling and shared calendars, and the powerful Google Docs document collaboration suite. For more information, visit the Google project landing page.