|PRC Hebblab Brochure||Brochure providing an overview of PRC and Hebb Computing Lab services.|
|Computer Help / Supplies – Tips for Students||New look at York’s UIT Service Desk coming this fall – (May 5, 2019) –
The new Service Desk will open in September in the Steacie Library building. Over the next few months, there will be a number of important events to note.
The William Small Computing Commons (WSC) will close on Friday, May 3. As a result of its closing, there will be a temporary Service Desk location in the main hall of the Steacie Library building starting on Monday, May 6. This temporary location will offer the same level of service previously available at the WSC.
Data Integrity, Unit 32 York Lanes for computer supplies. 416 736-5993.
|YUCard Access||More on access using your YUCard and general information on hours of operation of Hebb Labs.|
|Lab Layout||Hebb Psychology Labs – workstation and printer layout maps.|
|List of Software||List of the system wide and single and multiple licensed software applications available in the Hebb Psychology Computer Labs.|
|Microsoft Office 365||University Information Technology (UIT) is pleased to announce that Microsoft is making Office 365 ProPlus freely available to all currently active full and part-time York U students, staff and faculty. Download link
Staff/Faculty: Download link.
|Printing||Our printers use the YU-card system to cover the cost of printing. BSB 162 (arruda B&W) Black/White printers cost .10 cents per page.
Please check “Lab Bookings / Class Schedule” to determine if the printer is available. Printing during booked classes is disruptive! (Lab schedule posted in quad display case at entrance to BSB 159 & on bulletin board at top of hall)
B/W Printer set to double sided printing – to set to single sided printing see here.
For information on how to obtain or deposit money to your YU-card, click here.
|Printing Allocation for Registered Graduate Students||Registered Graduate students may still be eligible for a printing allocation based on year of entry.|
|Rules of the House||Hebb Lab Policies and responsibilities of users. Use of the Hebb Labs is governed by two policy statements; York University’s Computing Policies and the “Rules of the House” (link above). As a user of these facilities, it is your responsibility to know and abide by these policies. Failure to abide by these policies may result in the suspension or loss of your computer account(s) and associated services at York University.|
|Safety and Security||Safety and security is a shared responsibility.|
|Software Tutorials||Check out this list links to tutorials and user guides for some of the software applications in the lab.|
|Teaching and Research Support @ York||Overview of computing services and facilities that can aid teaching and research at York – course and teaching aids, technology in or for classrooms, labs, information systems about students, testing and evaluation guidance, and consulting services for research needs.|
|WebFAS||WebFAS is a UIT web service that allows remote access to many applications (including SPSS) available in campus labs and Libraries. For a list of software applications available via WebFAS, click here.|