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Computer Support Services

CWU Student Lab Software

PC STANDARD SOFTWARE

MAC STANDARD SOFTWARE
  • Windows 7 64-bit
  • Internet Explorer & Firefox
  • Microsoft Office 2013
  • Microsoft Project 2013
  • IBM SPSS Statistics 22
  • Adobe Acrobat Pro v11
  • Adobe Design & Web Premium CS6/7
  • Sophos AntiVirus
  • Central Access Reader
  • OSX 10.7
  • Safari & Firefox
  • Microsoft Office 2011
  • IBM SPSS Statistics 22
  • Adobe Acrobat Pro v11
  • Adobe Master Collection CC
  • iLife
  • Sophos AntiVirus
  • Central Access Reader

All computer labs have the above listed standard software package for either PC or Mac computers (with a few minor exceptions).  In addition to the standard software, special program-specific software is listed below by lab.

CWU Campus Computer Labs (Spring 2015)

LABCOMPUTERS (includes teacher console where applicable)SPECIAL SOFTWARE
Black 106-Ed Tech Ctr
9 iMac
Inspiration, Kidspiration
Black 129
31 PC
Inspiration, Kidspiration, Visio 2010, Respondus LockDown Browser, Compass ACT
Black 226
25 iMac
 
Black 227
25 iMac
 
Bouillon 103
24 PC
Mathematica 8, Green Globs, Hawkes Learning, EZ News, GeoGebra, Pari/GP, Minitab 17, Eviews7, Respondus LockDown Browser, MikTex, TexMaker, R Statistics, R Studio
Dean 230
14 iMac
 
Farrell 420
8 PC
Visio 2013, Visual Studio 2013, Safari Browser, Chrome, Movie Maker, Notepad++, Compass ACT, Respondus LockDown Browser, Netbeans, Vectorworks 2013, R Statistics, R Studio, ETS exam link
Hebeler 203
30 PC
MySQL, Visio, Project, Visual Studio
Hebeler 204
20 PC
MySQL, Visio, Project, Visual Studio
Hebeler 209
20 PC
MySQL, Visio, Project, Visual Studio
Hebeler 218
10 PC
MySQL, Visio, Project, Visual Studio
Hogue 118
28 PC
Oracle Primavera P6, Solidworks, MDSolids, Rhino4, Promodel (student version), Sage Timberline, Mastercam 5, HeavyBid, HeavyJob, Minitab, Respondus LockDown Browser
Language & Lit 104
31 iMac
 
Library 103 (Laptops)
50 MacBook (dual boot)
 
Library 101
30 iMac (Windows 7 only)
Office 2013, EcoBeaker, MicroLab, Spartan, ChemOffice, Hawkes learning Systems, ImageJ, LabWorks, Minitab, GroupWise, OpenOffice, R, Respondus LockDown Browser, Wolfram Mathematica. No Adobe Acrobat or CS6
Music 213
16 iMac
Sibelius, Finale
Psychology 441
6 iMac/12 PC
PCs only: Respondus LockDown Browser, Minitab 17
Randall 216
20 iMac
Adobe Lightroom
Science 337
25 PC
Spartan, Gaussian, ImageJ, MicroLab, Minitab 17, R Statistics, Respondus RLockDown Browser, Mineql+ 4.6, Compass ACT, Movie Maker
Shaw-Smyser 212
25 PC
Oracle 11g XE, Visio 2013, Visual Studio 2013, Safari Browser, Chrome, Movie Maker, Notepad++, Compass ACT, Respondus LockDown Browser, Netbeans, Vectorworks 2013, R Statistics, ETS exam link, MySQL, Python
Shaw-Smyser 216
23 iMac (OSX & Win7 Parallels)
Visio 2010, Visual Studio 2010, Eviews7, Xcode 5
Shaw-Smyser 217
36 PC
Visio 2013, Visual Studio 2013, Safari Browser, Chrome, Movie Maker, Notepad++, Compass ACT, Respondus LockDown Browser, Netbeans, Vectorworks 2013, R Statistics, R Studio, ETS exam link
Shaw-Smyser 218
36 PC
Visio 2013, Visual Studio 2013, Safari Browser, Chrome, Movie Maker, Notepad++, Compass ACT, Respondus LockDown Browser, Netbeans, Vectorworks 2013, R Statistics, R Studio, ETS exam link
SURC Info Center (Laptops)
36 MacBook (OSX only)
10 MacBook Air (OSX/Win7 Parallels)
 


CWU University Center Computer Labs (Spring 2015)

LABTYPE(S)SPECIAL SOFTWARE
EDCC/Snoqualmie 11431 PCInspiration, Kidspiration, Visio 2010, Expert Choice 11, Respondus LockDown Browser
EDCC/Snoqualmie 11531 PCInspiration, Kidspiration, Visio 2010, Expert Choice 11, Respondus LockDown Browser
Des Moines Bldg 29 Rm 11331 PCThis lab is maintained by Highline Staff
Des Moines Bldg 29 Rm 11513 PCThis lab is maintained by Highline Staff

Installation of Classroom/Computer Lab Software:

Effective Date: May 25, 2011

Purpose: To ensure that software and hardware updates needed for classes held in CWU classrooms and computer labs are installed and available for use at the start of the quarter.

Policy: Requests for software installations need to be made by the same date required for textbook adoption to ensure they are available for the quarter when the software is to be used. This restriction is required in order to consolidate and test the software load for the Classroom/Lab computers while providing adequate time for scheduling the changes with staffing available.

  • Fall Quarter: May 1st.
  • Winter Quarter: October 15th.
  • Spring Quarter: January 15th.
  • Summer Session: April 1st.

Conferences request software 6 weeks prior to conference date.

Check for currently loaded software on our lab page at the top of this page. Note that on an annual basis CSS will review the installed software and may remove older unused programs from student lab builds.

Procedure/Process

  • Fill out and submit the software request form.

    CSS personnel will check the software to verify that it is compatible with the standard computer classroom/lab configurations for the Operating Systems and does not exceed the memory, hard drive or processor speed of the computer(s) on which it will be installed. Items that are not compatible or whose requirements exceed that of the computer will be returned to the requestor. In cases where the software requires a "special login", the requestor will be expected to be available to assist or perform that function before further loading and testing of the software will be done.
     
  • CSS will load the software on a computer and test the basic functionality of the software. After the software has been installed, CSS personnel will contact the requestor to schedule a time when the requestor can test the installed software for full functionality. This will occur no later than 1 week before the start of the new quarter. If problems are detected, CSS personnel will attempt to correct the problems before the class starts.
     
  • Software installation process will begin only after all required software has been provided to CSS.
    Special note: software to be installed must be accompanied with proof of sufficient licensing for the number of computers in the lab where the installation is being requested. Without this proof, software will not be installed.

Costs: All groups that are not state-funded will be charged a $35 per technician hour fee for software installations and removal. For instances when we know software being Installed will need to be removed after use, the removal charge will be assessed with the installation fee. There is no charge to state-funded entities for routine prescheduled software installations.

Emergency Situations: It is recognized that there may be situations where software must be installed after the deadline for installation has passed in order for classes to progress. In any such case, CSS staff will do their best to install the software as quickly as possible. However, this will require the requestor to be readily available to test the software installation. Also, for emergency software installations, the Requestor's Department will be charged $35 per technician hour needed to complete the required action.

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