College of Liberal & Creative Arts Technical Support
The College of Liberal & Creative Arts Academic Technology staff provides hardware and software support for University-owned computers used by faculty, staff and students. Hardware support is provided for College provided computers in faculty and department offices and computer labs. Software support is provided for College- and University-licensed software installed on faculty, staff and student computers. Support includes troubleshooting hardware and software related problems, and training in the use of hardware and software. Also, support staff is available to provide tours of College computer labs for faculty and staff.
Academic Technology provides computing and technical support service to faculty, staff and programmatic resources in the College.
Academic Technology Media and Classroom Support
Academic Technology Media Distribution and Support provides all of the audio-visual services to SF State classrooms. AV equipment is available for checkout including mobile computer consoles and laptops.
Website: Academic Technology Media and Classroom Support
Faculty Computer Lab
Humanities Building, Room 102
This facility is equipped with four Macintosh and four PC computers as well as a printer, a scanner and other useful equipment. Members of the Technical Equipment Committee (TEC) often work in this room and are often available to help colleagues.
The Faculty Computer Lab is available only to College of Liberal & Creative Arts faculty members and their supervised assistants. Occasional users of the facility are welcome and can request access from the front desk in the Humanities Building, Room 484. Saving personal files on flash-drives is encouraged.
- 4 Macintosh Computers
- 4 Windows Computers
- 1 HP LaserJet 4100N laser printer
- 2 HP DeskJet 840c color inkjet printers
- 2 Epson Perfection 640u flatbed scanners
- 1 Nikon Super CoolScan color slide scanners
- 1 Fujitsu Fast PDF scanner
- Humanities Building, Room 200:
25 Dell Pentium IV computers
- Humanities Building, Room 401:
26 Dell Pentium IV computers
- Humanities Building, Room 403:
26 Macintosh iMac G5 computers