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  1. The Melville Library -  North Reading Room has  Windows PC's,  Pharos Release Stations and Scanners, supported by DoIT.

  2. - The Melville Library - Central Reading Room has 46 Windows PC's, 4 - Printers with Pharos Release Stations supported by DoIT.
    - Reading Room schedules reflect only TLT student assistants & printer availability
    - Printers close down 30 minutes earlier than the Library schedule
     

  3. The Engineering SINC Site is a dedicated public lab with 39 Windows PCs, two printers one with a release station and the other as a walk-up printer and one scanner station.

  4. - The Melville Library SINC Site has 105 Windows PCs with six scanners, 20 iMacs with two scanners.
    - There are four printers with a Pharos release station. Plus five walk-up PC with direct Printing stations and 1 walk-up MAC Printing Station.
    - A consultant is always available to assist with technical and printing issues.

  5. The Social and Behavioral Sciences SINC Site has two rooms...
    - The computer classroom has 28 Windows PCs and a teacher station connected to a data projector and a scanner.
    - The forward room has seven Windows PCs and one printer with a Pharos release station.  This area is available at all times for open lab hours.

  6. The Tabler Digital Arts Media Lab has 21 iMacs, an Epson scanner, one teacher station and a Pharos printer, supported by DoIT.
    The Tabler Center computer lab is open the same hours of operation as the building.  Check web page for current hours.  

  7. The Chemistry SINC Site has 25 computers, a teacher station with data projector and a printer with a Pharos release station.

  8. - The Chemistry SINC Site has 21 Windows PCs total.
    - 18 PC's are arranged in groups of six on 3 round tables and a row of three computers including one teaching station, one scanner station and one handicap accessible station.
    - There is one Printer with a Pharos release station.

  9. The Fine Arts Hybrid SINC Site has 21 Apple iMacs, M-AUDIO KeyStudio 49i MIDI keyboards, Korg Kontrol Slim-Line USB controllers, Microphones, stereo headphones, Wacom tablets, Epson scanners, a teacher station, data projector and a Pharos printer.

  10. The Fine Arts eMedia SINC Site has 22 Apple Mac Pros, M-AUDIO Oxygen25 MIDI keyboards, M-AUDIO FireWire Solo Audio Interfaces, Audix OM2 microphones, stereo headphones, Epson scanners with 1 large format scanner, Video Ingest Stations (VHS, S-VHS, Mini-DV, DV, DVCAM), Wacom tablets, a teacher station, data projector and a Pharos printer.

  11. The Harriman Hall SINC Site has 30 Windows PCs and a teaching station connected to a data projector. It also has a scanner and a printer with a Pharos release station.

  12. - The Humanities SINC Site has 25 PC's and a teacher station connected to a data projector. It also has one printer with a Pharos release station and a scanner.
    - The Humanties Lounge on the first floor has 15 TLT supported Windows PC's and one printer with a Pharos release station.  

  13. The Sports Complex SINC Site (Goldstein Center)  has 24 Windows PC's and one printer with a Pharos release station.

  14. - The Life Sciences SINC Site has 25 Windows PCs, and one teacher station connected to a data projector.
    - To included: a printer with release station and a scanner.

  15. The Physics SINC Site has 12 Mac PC's, one Smartboard and one printer with a Pharos release station.

     

  16. at Stony Brook. Strategic Relations doitcomm@stonybrook.edu (631) 632-6425 For More Information Contact ...
  17. A new feature added to Google Docs called Google voice typing makes its way to the classroom. Associate Professor Andrea Fedi, Director of the Language Learning and Research Center discusses the use of Google voice typing in his class and how it can be used to further foreign language education.

  18. Malware spreads via links disguised in legitimate-looking emails. Learn how to determine if the links in your emails are safe before clicking on them. 

  19. FreeSurfer is a software package for the analysis and visualization of structural and functional neuroimaging data from cross-sectional or longitudinal studies. It is developed by the Laboratory for Computational Neuroimaging at the Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging. FreeSurfer is the structural MRI analysis software of choice for the Human Connectome Project. See https://surfer.nmr.mgh.harvard.edu/fswiki for more info.

  20. Stony Brook's Virtual SINC Site is now accessible to students, faculty, and staff from any computer with a Web browser. Academic software may be utilized just by signing in with your NetID.

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