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To report a problem with a public computer, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public computers are clusters of personal computers and workstations in open-access work spaces that are connected to the computer network. These computers are available in several locations around campus. They are in high demand, so please be courteous of other users.
Public Computers are available in the Baker, Berry, and Kresge libraries.
A specialized computing centers is available in Bartlett Hall (for faculty in the humanities).
Computing work spaces are also available in Cummings and Bosworth halls (for faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students in the engineering and business schools, respectively). These clusters usually offer easy access to Macintosh- or Windows-based personal computers or UNIX-based workstations, plus printing services.
E-mail only public computers located in: Alumni Gym, Brace Commons, Collis, Courtyard Cafe, Dartmouth Hall, Fairchild, Hopkins Center, Moore, Robinson, Rocky, Silsby, and Thayer Lobby.
Several academic departments (for example, the departments of Computer Science, Earth Sciences, Geography, Mathematics, Music, and Physics and Astronomy) provide specialized laboratories or work spaces specifically to support the computing needs of their disciplines. These facilities are maintained by the departments or groups.
GreenPrint is Dartmouth's distributed printing system, with more than a dozen printer release stations located around campus. For more information, see GreenPrint.
Last Updated: 9/24/10