To assess existing IT needs of graduate students, the Doctoral Students’ Council (DSC) conducted the Student Tech Survey from October 2010 through January 2011. This survey was conducted for two main reasons: there is no formal assessment of student IT needs at the GC that involves students, and although a procedure exists at many CUNY …
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The Student Tech Fee is designed to provide funds for technology that enhance the learning environment or facilitate research for students and faculty at the Graduate Center. The CUNY-wide ETI `tax’ is a bundle of software and infra-structure related charges that for the most part is undergraduate focused (Blackboard and advisement software) and irrelevant to …
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IT Links for Students

February 10th, 2011 | Posted by Suzanne in Resources - (0 Comments)

GCIT Homepage: DSC Student Tech blog: Citrix-XenApps: Equipment Loan Program: Mac Media Lab: Web File Services (WFS): OpenCUNY: Academic Commons: DSC Technology and Library Officer contact info:

GCIT Equipment Loan Program

December 26th, 2010 | Posted by Suzanne in GC Services | Resources - (0 Comments)

Need to borrow a laptop?  Video camera?  What about a laser pointer?  All GC students are eligible to participate in theEquipment Loan Program.   All items are available on a first-come, first-serve basis and can be checked out (go to library C level Help Desk) for a period of four days. This is a “FREE” service!  The Equipment Loan …
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The Mac Media Lab is located on the concourse of the Mina Rees Library at the Graduate Center.  The lab provides a variety of Mac-based media resources and is the only place student can go to make COLOR COPIES. Go to our Mac Media Lab page to see what is available.

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