Academic Technologies provides a number of computing facilities on campus. Macintosh and Windows computers and laser printers are available for general use by the Yale community at Connecticut Hall, Bass Library, Dunham Laboratory, and several other campus locations. In addition, computer rooms are provided in each of the residential colleges. The Student Technology Collaborative supplies staffing for the computer clusters in Connecticut Hall, Bass Library, and Dunham Laboratory. In these locations, Student Techs provide support for the cluster machines and are available for general consultation. Social science users are encouraged to use the Social Science Statistical Laboratory, or StatLab. Computing assistants and consultants are available at several of the general facilities during posted hours. Further information about computing facilities is available on the Academic Computing Services Web site.
Instructors should be aware that e-mail accounts and Internet access are available to all full-time undergraduate students. The campus-wide academic network is accessible from all cluster machines, through dormitory-room network connections, and via modem and DSL. The Yale network offers a wide variety of local services as well as access to the resources of the Internet.
The Computer Science and Engineering departments operate extensive computer facilities for use by their students and faculty, and several other departments have specialized research and teaching facilities. Instructors are invited to consult with these departments. For information on classrooms equipped with computers, see Computer Classrooms.