Computing Resources - Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Who is allowed to use the computer facilities at Clark College?
  2. What services am I entitled to?
  3. Which labs may I use?
  4. What must I do to gain access to the labs?
  5. Where are the open computer labs located on each campus and what computer hardware is available?
  6. What operating system and application software is installed in the computer labs?
  7. What are the hours of operation for the computer labs?
  8. How can I obtain help from the Student Run Help Desk?
  9. How do I create a student e-mail account?

1. Who is allowed to use the computer facilities at Clark College?

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2. What services am I entitled to?

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3. Which labs may I use?

You may use any open computer lab facility during the posted hours of operation. In addition, you may have access to dedicated instructional labs used by classes in which you are enrolled. Some departments maintain limited open hours in dedicated labs where specialized software is installed to meet the requirements of an instructional program.

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4. What must I do to gain access to the labs?

If you wish to use an open computer lab facility you must enter your User name and password.

If you are enrolled in a class that is scheduled in a dedicated computer classroom, you simply need to report to the assigned computer classroom.

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5. Where are the open computer labs located on each campus and what computer hardware is available?

There are four open computer labs available on the main campus each featuring Macintosh computers and Dell computers using the Windows 7 platform:

Satellite campus computer labs are as follows:

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6. What operating system and application software is installed in the computer labs?

 

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All computer labs and instructional classrooms contain the following default software:

Windows 7 Software

  • Adobe Reader
  • CDBurnerXP
  • Firefox
  • Flash
  • Java
  • Office 2013 with Sharepoint Designer 2010 and 2007
  • Quicktime
  • Shockwave
  • Drivers to support the various Dell computers that are on campus.

 

Macintosh 10.9 Software

 

  • Adobe Air
  • Adobe Digital Edition 2.0 Plugin
  • Adobe Flash
  • Blender
  • Brackets
  • Burn
  • Celestia
  • Chinese Flashcards
  • Chrome
  • Fetch
  • FireFox
  • Garageband
  • Geogerbra
  • Google Earth
  • iMovie
  • iPhote
  • Japanese Flashcards
  • Java 6
  • Java 7
  • Keynote
  • Numbers
  • Office 2011
  • Open XML Converter
  • Scratch 1.4
  • Shockwave Player
  • Skychart
  • Spanish Flashcards
  • Stellarium
  • Text Wrangler
  • VLC
  • Wacom Utility


AA4-116

  • Adobe Design Premium CS 6
  • Adobe Premiere Pro CS 6
  • iMovie
  • GarageBand
  • NetOp

 

Anna Pechanec Hall (APH 102)

  • Alice 2.2
  • Blender 2.5
  • Bricx Command Center
  • Capture CIS Demo
  • Celestia 1.61
  • Fodit
  • Google Earth
  • Icee Player 9.1.4
  • Lego Mindstorm 2.0
  • Logger Pro 3.8.4
  • MatLab R2011a
  • MPLab IDE 8.83
  • OIV 3.1.1
  • Orcad 10.5 Demo
  • Putty
  • Scratch 1.4
  • Stella 9.1.4
  • Stellarium 11.0
  • TinyCad 2.8
  • WinQual
  • WinSCP

BHL 101 - Language Lab

  • Celestia 1.6.1
  • CLEA Exercise - Transits of Venus and Mercury (V. 1.004)
  • CLEA Module - The Moons of Jupiter (Version 2.113)
  • Finale Reader 2011
  • Foxit Reader 5.1
  • Freedom Scientific JAWS 11.0
  • Google Earth
  • Mathematica Extras 8.0 (2427702)
  • OIV
  • PuTTY version 0.61
  • RarZilla Free Unrar
  • Scratch
  • Skype™ 5.5
  • Stellarium 0.11.0
  • WinSCP 4.3.4
  • Wolfram CDF Player (M-WIN-D 8.0.3 2427703)

CCW 129 (at WSU-Vancouver)

  • Peds Mania 1.0
  • SimBaby 1.2
  • SimMan 3.4

CTC 203 (at East County campus)

  • 7-Zip 9.20 (x64 edition)
  • Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro - English, Français, Deutsch (on 1 PC)
  • Adobe Bridge CS4 (on 1 PC)
  • Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 (on 1 PC)
  • Adobe Illustrator CS4 (on 1 PC)
  • Adobe InDesign CS4 (on 1 PC)
  • Adobe Photoshop CS4 (on 1 PC)
  • CPK Shortcut
  • Google Chrome (latest version)
  • K-Lite Codec Pack 8.6.0 (Full)
  • LoggerPro 3.8.5
  • Microsoft Silverlight (5.0.61118.0)
  • PuTTY version 0.62
  • WinQual
  • WinSCP 4.3.7
  • Project 2010 is only on one station: CTC203-02

 

LIB 100 - Library Lab

  • Office 2010, in addition to Office 2013
  • Google Chrome
  • Inspiration 9
  • Notepad++
  • Respondus

LIB 203 - Library Lab

  • Celestia 1.6.1
  • CLEA Exercise - Transits of Venus and Mercury (V. 1.004)
  • CLEA Module - The Moons of Jupiter (Version 2.113)
  • Finale Reader 2011
  • Freedom Scientific JAWS 11.0
  • Google Chrome
  • Google Earth
  • Logger Pro 3.8.4
  • Mathematica Extras 8.0 (2427702)
  • Notepad++
  • OIV
  • PuTTY version 0.61
  • Scratch
  • Stellarium 0.11.0
  • WinSCP 4.3.4
  • Wolfram CDF Player (M-WIN-D 8.0.3 2427703)
  • Respondus
  • Adobe CC

LIB 203 - Library Lab Macintosh

 

  • Logger Pro 3
  • Geogerbra
  • SkyChart
  • Stellarium

 

SHL 023 - Scarpelli Lab

  • Office 2010, in addition to Office 2013
  • Freedom Scientific FSReader 2.0
  • Freedom Scientific JAWS 13.0
  • K-Lite Mega Codec Pack 7.6.0
  • Medical Transcription Fundamentals and Practice Interactive 3
  • Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS Add-in 2007
  • Microsoft Silverlight
  • MOSS v2.0 (Medical Office Simulation Software)
  • MSXML 4.0 SP2 Parser and SDK
  • PowerDVD DX 8.2.5711
  • QuickBooks Premier: Accountant Edition 2011
  • USB Foot Pedal Tester 2008.01
  • Cortez Peters Championship Keyboarding Drills Software 4.0
  • Gregg College Keyboarding & Document Processing GDP11
  • Microsoft Project Professional 2010 is only on these stations: SHL023-07, SHL023-08, SHL023-21, SHL023-22
  • Microsoft Expression Web 3.0 is only these stations: SHL023-07, SHL023-08, SHL023-21, SHL023-22

SHL 135 - Scarpelli Lab

  • Alice 2.2
  • Office 2010, in addition to Office 2013
  • Alice 2.2
  • Alice 3.0
  • Blender 2.49
  • Blender 2.5 Alpha
  • Celestia 1.6.0
  • CLEA Exercise - Astrometry of Asteroids - Version 1.711
  • CLEA Exercise - Dying Stars and the Birth of the Elements (V. 1.002)
  • CLEA Exercise - Photoelectric Photometry of the Pleiades
  • CLEA Exercise - Radio Astronomy of Pulsars - Version 1.013
  • CLEA Exercise - Rotation of the Sun (V. 1.014 - Small Database)
  • CLEA Exercise - Rotation of the Sun (V. 1.014 Software Update)
  • CLEA Exercise - The Classification of Stellar Spectra
  • CLEA Exercise - The Flow of Energy out of the Sun
  • CLEA Exercise - The Hubble Redshift-Distance Relation
  • CLEA Exercise - The Large-Scale Structure of the Universe
  • CLEA Exercise - The Quest For Object X - Version 1.123
  • CLEA Exercise - The Rotation Rate of Mercury
  • CLEA Exercise - Transits of Venus and Mercury (V. 1.004 - Download Version)
  • CLEA Exercise - Transits of Venus and Mercury (V. 1.004 - Software Update)
  • CLEA Module - The Moons of Jupiter (Version 2.113)
  • Crystal Reports Basic for Visual Studio 2008
  • EasyEclipse for PHP 1.2.2.2
  • FileZilla Client 3.3.4.1
  • Finale Reader 2011
  • GeoGebra
  • GIMP 2.6.11
  • Google Chrome
  • Java(TM) SE Development Kit 6 Update 21
  • Logger Pro 3.8
  • Maple 15
  • Mathematica Extras 8.0
  • Mesh Runtime
  • Microsoft Device Emulator version 3.0 - ENU
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2005
  • Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable
  • Microsoft Visual Studio Web Authoring Component
  • Notepad++
  • NoteTab Light 6
  • OIV
  • PSPad editor
  • PuTTY version 0.60
  • Python 2.6.5
  • Python 3.1.2
  • Riot - Radical Image Optimization Tool
  • Scratch
  • Vim 7.3
  • VIREO - The VIRtual Educational Observatory (Version 1.500)
  • Windows Live Essentials
  • Windows Live Mesh
  • Windows Live Movie Maker
  • Windows Live Photo Gallery
  • Windows Live Writer
  • Windows Mobile 5.0 SDK R2 for Pocket PC
  • Windows Mobile 5.0 SDK R2 for Smartphone
  • Wing IDE 3.2.10-1
  • WinSCP 4.2.8
  • Wolfram CDF Player (M-WIN-D 8.0.1 2078140)
  • Firefox Web Developer Extension
  • Firefox Firebug Plugin
  • Firefox Greasemonkey Plugin
  • Firefox Copy Link Link Plugin



 

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7. What are the hours of operation for the computer labs?

The hours of operations for open computer labs are posted at the lab entrance.

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8. How can I obtain help from the Student Run Help Desk?

1. The student Lab Assistants working in the computer labs can help you with a variety of routine tasks such as logging on to the computer, launching application programs, printing and aborting print jobs, saving data, and closing applications. However, the Lab Assistants are not instructors and may not be thoroughly versed in the application software.

You can also e-mail labman@clark.edu with any questions, comments, or concerns you may have.

2. A student-run help desk is located in AA4 Room 110. The hours of operation vary each quarter. They are posted on AA4 110's exterior door. Students staffing the help desk can assist you with a variety of issues related to computer hardware and software beginning the second week of each quarter. They can be reached by telephone at (360) 992-2562 or by sending an e-mail to helpdesk@clark.edu.

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9. How do I create a student e-mail account?

More information on how to setup a student e-mail account.

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