Working in the Lab
The basics to working in Weitzman School computer labs
- Always work on the D: drive
- Logout when you are finished
- If you need to leave a workstation for less than 15 minutes, you can lock it
- Do not leave a workstation logged in and unattended
- Rendering 3D environments is not allowed in the computer labs. These are public machines, it's unfair to render on these PCs as renders can take lots of time.
Managing your data
- Server Space
- When you login, you are already connected to your server space
- Everthing in your Documents, Desktop, and home directory are part of your server space
- Working from the Local D: Drive
- Use for doing your work, and printing
- Make frequent backups your data. Keep multiple copies of your data.
- Anyone can delete data from the D: Drives.
- Do not use for the primary copy of your data!
Computer Lab Software and Schedules
Silverstein Digital Projects Lab
The Silverstein Digital Projects Lab is an advanced studio for students working in upper level photography within the Fine Arts department, and has limited access to students. For more information please visit the Silverstein page.
Available AV Equipment in Weitzman Buildings
Please visit our Available AV Equipment page to view the AV resources that are available in certain Weitzman spaces.
Meyerson Hall B-Level Classrooms
The Weitzman School's main building, Meyerson Hall, has several classrooms located in its basement floor. These classrooms come equipped with a teacher's podium that has a full Windows 10 PC, audio/video hookups for your own laptop, a Blu-ray player for showcasing video on disc, and a built-in projector in the ceiling. Some classrooms also have extended functionality like built-in recording and a microphone system. While the audio/video equipment is managed by Central Classroom Technologies, Weitzman ITS manages the built-in Windows 10 PC. Reservations for B-level classrooms are made through the Office of the University Registrar.
We've included links to each basement classroom, each page has notes on the specific setup in each classroom: