Access to the laboratory is limited other than during the
official class time. However, there is a possibility that the
laboratory may also become accessible during other times in addition to the
regular class time. This possibility will depend on the availability
of staff during this semester. Once this possibility is determined,
your instructor will notify you.
A user ID and password are needed and they are specifically
created for this class. Usually, the user name consists of the first
initial and last name put together as a word. The initial password is password.
However, as soon as you log on to the computer for the first time you will
be prompted to change the password. Your are advised to change the
password following accepted guidelines for choosing for choosing a good
No one has access to your specific password. If
someone forgets his password, the person will be "locked out"
until the password can be reset. All password reset requests should be
made to Mr. William Wright. Mr. Wright's office is located in room
B-30, Locke Hall. You may reach him either in the office during
business hours or send him an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
to reset the password. Please include your full name and student ID
number with the request.
Food (including candy, gum, and other small food items) or
drinks (including water) are not allowed in the laboratory at any time.
Cell phones must be turned off or should be in the vibration
mode during class hours. Cell phone calls, instant messages, e-mail,
pagers, PDA's or other messaging or communication technologies may not be
viewed, used, or responded to during class time.
All equipment in the laboratory must be treated properly and
Use of the Internet in the class should be limited to class
Surfing inappropriate web sites is prohibited.
Personal e-mails during class time are not allowed.
Use of the printer should be limited to print only the
Do not change the computer configuration in any way.
Save your work only on the network shared drive. This
share is named after your user name.
Do not download or install any software on the computers.
Leave your workstation in a clean and orderly fashion when you are exiting the laboratory. Pick up all papers or trash from your area. Push in your chairs, and leave the computer workbench area well organized.