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Computer Classrooms Support Articles

  • The instructions below are specific to the Disk Utility program available on the Mac OS 10.8.x (Mountain Lion) software on the Macintosh computers in OIT Computer Classrooms. Even if your computer has a different version of Mac OS X, these instructions should provide a general guide for completing...
  • *.iso images allow you to burn a full copy of large pieces of content to a CD or DVD from a single file. You can download .iso images of Microsoft software from Microsoft DreamSpark or our other Microsoft Discount programs to burn to disk on your computer. The instructions below follow the .iso...
  • The OIT Computer Classrooms provide teaching spaces for faculty who need students to have access to computers during class meetings. When not being used for teaching, students, faculty and staff have access to the Computer Classroom facilities. What do I need to use the OIT Computer Classrooms...
  • Some members of the University community may need to use a temporary password and verify their current OIT Account password in SPIRE to access OIT computers in our classrooms and the Learning Commons. Step 1: Log in with Your OIT Account NetID & a Temporary Password If you cannot log in to a...
  • You can use the scanners in OIT Computer Classrooms and the Library Learning Commons and Adobe Acrobat Pro to scan a document using optical character recognition (OCR), which will export your scanned document as a PDF you can read using a screen reader or from which you can extract text into a word...
  • Use the instructions below to scan documents in OIT Computer Classrooms and the Learning Commons using scanners connected to Macintosh computers. Scan Your Document Place your document squarely on the scanner bed, with the top of the image closest to you. Go to Applications > Adobe...
  • Use the instructions below to scan documents in OIT Computer Classrooms and the Learning Commons using scanners connected to WIndows computers. Scan Your Document Place your document squarely on the scanner bed, with the bottom of the image closest to you. On the front of the scanner...