Computer Facilities and Services
The Computer Service Center, located in the basement of the Business Administration building, is dedicated to meeting the computing needs of students.
Computer workshops are offered on a regular basis free of charge to students, faculty and staff. Courses include:
Monthly workshop schedules are available in the microcomputer labs and at the computer center administrative office, Room B-24.
Eight microcomputer labs on campus, one in Idaho Falls and one in Twin Falls are open to ISU students. Additional departmental labs are also available. All microcomputer labs are equipped with DOS based machines. Some labs also contain Apple Macintosh machines. Use of the microcomputer labs requires a Local Area Network (LAN) account. LAN accounts may be purchased for $10.00 per semester and $5.00 for a summer session at the computer center administration office, Idaho Falls and Twin Falls microcomputer labs. Many ISU computer resources, including e-mail, can be accessed remotely via modem. Remote access requires installing Co-Session communication software on the remote computer. Co-Session can be acquired free of charge from any of the microcomputer labs. Students with an active LAN account (access to DOS, Windows and MacIntosh software, including Internet access and
e-mail) also have a UNIX account and access to a variety of UNIX software.
- Beginning and Advanced WordPerfect for Windows
- Beginning and Advanced Quattro Pro for Windows
- Electronic Mail
- Introduction to UNIX
- Internet Browsing with Netscape
- Introduction to Apple Macintosh
- ISU Computing - An Overview
- Getting Started - For New Users
- Windows Tips & Tricks
- Computing Concepts - DOS, Windows,
Idaho State University maintains a home page on the World-Wide Web with access to a wide variety of university information (such as campus events, online library access and this Catalog), community events and world-wide information available on the Internet. Internet resources include News and Weather, E-mail, Telnet and FTP services to access other computers throughout the world.
College of Business Basement
College of Business Room 507
Turner Hall Basement
College of Education Instructional Materials Center
College of Pharmacy Room 232
Student Union Building Fourth Floor
Liberal Arts Building Room 270
Oboler Library Basement
ISU Residence Center, Idaho Falls
ISU Residence Center, Twin Falls
Idaho State University Academic Information
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Revised: May 1, 1996