staff who have a question, problem, or request can drop in anytime;
however, appointments are strongly encouraged since we are often out of
the office doing on-site visits.
staff from Anthropology, Economics, Government, History, Sociology,
AAAS, LACS, LATS, Math and Social Sciences, Native American Studies,
and Rockefeller Center, should contact Barbara Mellert for
staff from PBS, Geography, Computer Science, Physics, and Math,
should contact Kevin Grady
staff from Education should contact Peter Fletcher
faculty and staff include:
* Setup of new
computers, including data transferred, applications installed, core
Dartmouth software installed, network and dial-up configuration.
* Setup of some
peripherals, including printers, modems, monitors, and zip or jazz
* Support of
supported hardware and software.
* Support of
Stata and SPSS statistical applications.
Troubleshooting and evaluation of computer hardware: either in a
faculty/staff member's office or in SSC.
account creation for visiting scholars; password resets, public course
on purchasing new computer equipment.
with downloading data and obtaining codebooks from ICPSR. Social
Science Computing serves as the Official Representative to ICPSR for
Members of the Academic Computing staff can teach an X-hour for classes
that need help getting started with Stata or SPSS. We strongly
encourage this. It makes it easier for the SSC staff to manage the
influx of students who require this type of help; and it is easier for
the students to get up and running with the software they
need. Handouts from this X-hour can be used by the student
to install the software and get started with it.