College computing labs are available to anyone with a CAEDM account. There are three general college CAEDM labs as described here, and many other individual department labs. If this is your first time in the CAEDM labs, it is strongly suggested that you watch the video:
There are three labs run directly by CAEDM, most of which have both Windows and Linux machines. Their locations are:
- 425 Clyde Building
- 308 Clyde Building
- 450 Crabtree Building
There are also a number of department run computer labs. Individual departments typically use computers with a similar look and feel to a CAEDM lab computer, but with additional resources specific to their students needs. There may be additional software or hardware peripherals available to complete lab assignments. Department faculty should make students aware of these resources.
All CAEDM labs are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week -- if you can get in before the building closes. Buildings close between 10:45 and 11pm. They open around 6am. Buildings close early on Sunday.
Note: CAEDM maintenance occurs between 10pm Tuesday and 6am Wednesday, every week; during these times, your CAEDM experience may be unstable and/or non-functioning. Do not depend on CAEDM services during these hours. If you have problems outside of this time frame, please speak with a CAEDM Administrator.
All three CAEDM labs require a door code to enter. The door code is given to a new user upon completion of account creation. Existing users can view the current door code at any time from the CAEDM website door code page. Individual departments may sponsor computer labs with different access restrictions.
Lab computers left unattended for a number of minutes will lock their screens, after which, they can only be unlocked by the user who is logged in. If left locked, the session will eventually time-out and the user will be automatically logged out.
Lost and found
Items left in the lab may be picked up by the custodial staff each night and taken to the lost and found in the Wilkinson Center. If a CAEDM employee finds an item, or if a student turns in a lost item to a CAEDM employee, CAEDM will periodically take these items to the Wilkinson lost and found. If you have recently lost an item, you may want to check with CAEDM, the building custodial staff, and the lost and found in the Wilkinson Center.
Wilkinson Center Lost and Found 1055 WSC Call 801-422-3024
An assortment of resources are availible in the labs including Windows and Linux computers, printing, plotting, scanning and external media reading/writing.
All CAEDM labs have Windows and Linux lab machines which have access to all of the CAEDM resources. The lab machines have some software locally installed, and some of the software is accessed through remote computing resources like RGS and Citrix.
Printing and Plotting
All printing in CAEDM uses the CAEDM Print Driver. This system allows all printers to appear as one printer labelled "CAEDM." The only exceptions are plotters and specialty printers. Choose the CAEDM printer, then the software will prompt you to select which physical location will print the job. Printing is charged directly to the user's Signature Card. CAEDM Print driver download and installation instructions are available.
|Lab||B/W Printing||Color Printing||Plotting|
|308 Clyde Building||8.5 x 11||N/A||N/A|
|425 Clyde Building||8.5 x 11, 11 x 17||8.5 x 11, 11 x 17||42 x ?? Glossy Poster|
|450 Crabtree Building||8.5 x 11, 11 x 17||8.5 x 11, 11 x 17||24 x 36 CAD drawing|
Laptop stations are present in all three CAEDM labs. These are empty lab station with a keyboard, mouse, monitor, and power available for connection to your personal laptop. To connect your laptop to a laptop station:
- Plug your power supply into the power strip
- Connect the mouse and the keyboard to your USB
- Connect the monitor to your VGA or DVI
- Connect the Network cable to your Ethernet (Wireless is NOT recommended.)
- Be sure you have downloaded these clients:
- Print from your laptop, follow these instructions.
Digital Sender and Scanner
The fastest and cleanest method to scan loose or bound pages into PDFs is to use the Digital Senders in CB425 or CT450. You can place a large stack of unstapled 8.5" x 11" paper face-up in the feeder tray and have it scanned into a single PDF. The resultant PDF is emailed to the address supplied on the interface of the scanner. Also, the top of the scanner lifts up to allow for bound pages to be scanned as well. You can have each page be its own PDF or a series of scans can be sent as one PDF.
The digital senders can also make copies. To make copies, choose "Workflow" from the main menu, followed by "Make Copies". Fill in the required information on screen.
Special Media Stations With Scanners
In addition to Thin Client computers, there are additional workstations called Scanning and Special Media Stations. These are currently located in the labs in CB425 and CT450.
Attached to these standard desktop-type computers are flat-bed scanners for scanning photographs, books, documents, and similar media. The computers also have media card readers for SD cards, CF cards, and other various memory cards.
Each computer has the following software installed:
- Adobe Creative Suite
- Acrobat® Pro
Faculty and departments hire TAs to help students with course specific assignments in the CAEDM labs. TA hours and availability are assigned by their employers and can be found on course websites and syllabi.