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Using the TLC

Who may use the TLC computers?

  • COE faculty members
  • Grant participants
  • COE doctoral students teaching a course
  • Students currently enrolled in a COE class

How long can I use the TLC computers for?

Computers need to be reserved in advance. Walk-ins will be accommodated on an availability basis. Computers are available for use Monday through Friday, 10:30 am to 12:00 pm, 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm. You can use the computers as long as you reserve them for.

Can I print from these computers?

No printing is allowed in the TLC unless prior arrangements have been made with the Technology Consultants on staff.

Can I save my files on the TLC computers?

Files can be saved on the TLC computers' hard drives if prior arrangements have been made to save the work. All other files will be deleted from the desktops of the computer at the end of every day.

Procedures for reserving a TLC computer

  1. Call the Technology Assistants at 956-3635 or send an e-mail to coetech@hawaii.edu to reserve a date and time period on a computer. You can request a particular computer if you have previous work saved on it.
  1. When calling or e-mailing the TLC, please include your name, department or COE course, and UH ID barcode number (located below the barcode on the UH ID). All reservations will be linked to your UH ID barcode number.
  1. Come to Wist 236 with your validated UH ID. Check in with the Technology Consultants on duty.
  1. When you are finished using the TLC computers, please delete any unwanted files off the computer. If you would like to temporarily save some files on the hard drives, please alert the Technology Consultants which files on your computer you would like saved.
  • Notify the Technology Consultants of any difficulty or problems you had with the computers so that they may fix the problem before the next user arrives.

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©Copyright 2002 Dept. of Educational Technology, College of Education, University of Hawaii
A PT3 grant-funded production of the LEI Aloha Digital Media Group
- - Last Updated on March 6th, 2002