IT Services provide several IT Areas containing networked PCs with commonly used software and printing facilities. Some areas are designated as teaching areas and are reserved for classes at specified times. You can check the availability of PCs on the display monitors located in the IT Areas and also online.
All PCs in Information Services managed IT Areas run Microsoft Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2013. All PCs have headphones and microphone sockets. They also have USB front-facing sockets. The same software and desktop is available on all ITCS managed PCs.
All Teaching Areas can be used for casual access unless they are reserved for teaching. Bookings can be seen on the timetable outside of the room.
|ITCS||Mon-Fri 09:00 - 18:30||Mon-Fri 09:00 - 16:45|
|ARTS*||Mon-Fri 09:00 - 21:00||Mon-Fri 07:00 - 17:00|
|Library||24 hours||24 hours|
*Campus card access from 17:00
The areas designated as IT Teaching Areas/Space in the above table can be booked for teaching. All have projection facilities and a tutor's pc. Bookings for these teaching areas are displayed outside each room and they can be used by casual users at other times.
Lecturers can check availability of the teaching areas and book rooms via eVision.
To report faults in Information Services managed IT Areas use the online Fault Report Form. Alternatively, use the paper Fault Report Forms which can be found in the IT Areas.
Most schools provide computing facilities for their own students. Please ask your course organiser for specific details of facilities in your own school.
UEA has UNIX facilities for student and staff projects. In addition to the PC laboratories, some facilities maintain UNIX based research laboratories. These facilities are used for mainly research purposes but specific modules may require the use of these systems.
Students with a requirement for a UNIX based computing facility should contact the Faculty computer manager.