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Public computer labs

A list of public computer labs on campus and the specialized software found in each lab

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ReservableSpecial Software
Brodie 202

Mac

10Yes
  • Beamwright
  • Celtx
  • Finale
  • Lightwright
  • Pro Tools
  • Vectorworks
Milne 101 (TERC)Windows7No
Milne 104Windows40Yes 
Milne 201 (Main Floor)Mac106No 
Milne 201 (Main Floor)Windows3011No 
  • JAWS (Accessibility Station)

South 329

Mac4No 
South 329Windows5No 
South 345Mac30Yes
  • Anaconda
  • Celtx
  • Compressor
  • Final Cut Pro
  • Motion
  • PyCharm Edu
  • VirtualBox
  • Xcode
Union 112Windows14No 



Warning

The below labs contain only the software listed in the Software section


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ReservableSoftwareResidence HallsWindows15 (1 in each Hall except Saratoga and Seneca)
  • Adobe Flash Player
  • Google Chrome
  • Microsoft Office
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Oracle Java
  • PeaZip
  • Respondus Lockdown Browser
  • VLC
  • VMware Horizon Client
Virtual LabWindows50No
  • Adobe Flash Player
  • ArcGIS Desktop
  • Google Chrome
  • Google Earth Pro
  • IBM SPSS
  • Oracle Java
  • Maple
  • MATLAB
  • Microsoft Office
  • Minitab
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • ChemDraw Prime
  • Mathcad Prime
  • R
  • RStudio
  • TI-Nspire CX CAS Student Software
  • VLC
  • Mathematica



Software available in all public labs

All public computer labs have the following software packages installed

SoftwarePlatform
Adobe Flash PlayerMac + Windows
Adobe Creative CloudMac + Windows
Adobe Acrobat DCMac + Windows
ArcGIS DesktopWindows
Audacity + LAMEMac + Windows
BlenderMac + Windows
ChemDraw PrimeMac + Windows
GarageBandMac
Google ChromeMac + Windows
Google EarthMac +
Google Earth ProWindows
graphvizMac
iMovieMacJMARSWindows
Mozilla FirefoxMac + Windows
MapleMac + Windows
MathcadWindows
MathematicaMac + Windows
MATLABMac + Windows
Microsoft OfficeMac + Windows
Microsoft SilverlightMac + Windows
MinitabWindows
Oracle JavaMac + Windows
PeaZipWindows
RMac + Windows
RStudioMac + Windows
Respondus Lockdown BrowserMac + Windows
SpartanWindows
IBM SPSSWindows
TAMSAnalyzerMac
VLCMac + Windows
VMware Horizon ClientMac + Windows


Computer Lab Policy

Login is Required
Campus computing patrons must log into all machines in Geneseo's computer labs. Login will provide access to the computer and the printers in the labs. A valid login consists of your Geneseo email username and password.

Do not store files on lab computers

Lab computers automatically delete profiles in order to conserve limited hard drive space and improve performance.  It is highly recommended that lab patrons store their files on removable media ( Thumb Drives, External Hard Drives, SD Cards )  or on cloud storage ( Google Drive, Drop Box, One Drive, & iCloud Drive ).

Remember to Logout

When you are finished using a computer in the lab, don't forget to logout. If you do not logout, the next person who uses that computer will have access to all of your personal files - including your email. The next user will also be able to print using your allocation of print balance.

Windows 8.110: Click on the Windows Start Button Button (squares in the lower left); click on your name, select "sign out".
Windows 10: Click on the Windows Start Button (squares in the lower left ); side, click on the icon above the "gear" circle icon with a person and select "sign out" or use the "Log Off" icon on the desktop.
Macintosh OS X: Click on the Apple menu; select Log Out.

Printing
Most computer labs also have at least one printer located nearby. At the beginning of each semester, students will be allocated a specific print balance to print on public laser printers. Their allocation will be reduced per printed page based on personal login in the computing labs. Once the balance falls to $0.00, you will not be allowed to print. Money can be added to your printing balance online via credit card or in the Student Accounts Office (Erwin 103).

Policy: Student Printing Policies

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