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Laboratory Access Policy
Computing resources are provided to currently enrolled students, faculty and staff at Francis Marion University as well as active alumni members.

Classroom Access Policy
Students should only be in the classrooms during scheduled classes/workshops with authorized instructors.

Computer Center Rules
DISK WRITE RIGHTS:  No Privileges are granted to write to any hard drive available in the Computer Center.

PIRACY: The software and documents available are copyrighted products. They may NOT be reproduced, in part or in whole, for any purpose.

VIRUSES: Please use Norton's Antivirus to scan your flash drive for viruses. You never know when one may be written to your media so you should do this often. If a virus is detected, follow the on screen prompts to remove it.

SESSIONS: Laboratory computing sessions are limited to 90 minutes. If there are people waiting after your 90 minutes has expired, you will be asked to relinquish your computer to the next user.

CLIMATE: The laboratory operates with an atmosphere similar to library. No smoking, food, or drink is allowed. While talking and moving about is fine, the rights of others must be respected. Noise and other distractive behavior will not be tolerated.

Flash Drives: In order to use the PC's you must have your own flash drive. These are sold in the University Store. The Computer Center does not sell or loan them.

WORKSTATIONS: Are on a first come first served basis.


TELEPHONE: The telephone is for business use. The student operator will dial the phone for you if you need to talk with your instructor. No long distance calls are allowed.
 

Last Published: June 23, 2010 2:24 PM
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