MACINTOSH STUDIO ACCESS RULES, RM F216
- Students must be currently enrolled in a Digital Art and Design course taught in F216 to gain access to the studio. A previous enrollment in any credit or non-credit course does not qualify students to use the studio. The official enrollment lists are used to verify students’ enrollment in a qualifying course.
- Access hours for the semester are listed on the schedule outside F216. Access begins the second week of the semester and ends the last week of class. There is no access during final exam week, spring break, semester break, or on holidays and staff in-service/development days. If the student aide is not present, the studio will be closed.
- Students do not have the authority to alter the MAC system’s set-up or preferences in any way; USB and Firewire access is available via cables to plug in portable drives.
- Students do not have the authority to use the iPads without an instructor present; these iPads are configured for interactivity with Adobe Creative Cloud.
- If you are found cheating, plagiarizing, or appropriating images without proper authorization from the server, you will be removed from the studio. Your teacher and the Digital Art and Design Coordinator will be issued official notification in order to take appropriate action.
Code of Student Conduct
18. Theft or other abuse of college computing resources, including, but not limited to:
a. Unauthorized entry into a file to use, read or change the contents, or for any other purpose;
b. Unauthorized transfer of a file;
c. Use of an another individual's identification and password;
d. Use of computing facilities to interfere with the work of a student, faculty member or college official;
e. Use of computing facilities to interfere with operation of the college computing systems;
f. Unauthorized use or sharing of copyrighted material;
g. Installation or use of a program whose effect is to damage the media or files;
h. Unauthorized use of computer time for personal or business purposes;
i. Use of the computer system to send obscene, abusive or inappropriate messages; or
j. Unauthorized or inappropriate use of a computer.
AT NO TIME CAN A STUDENT OPEN OTHER STUDENTS’ WORK STORED ON THE SERVER, EITHER FOR BENIGN OR NEFARIOUS PURPOSES.
- Students will not access inappropriate websites during lab hours. Students must adhere to the MVCC Web Access Rules before proceeding to use the Web.
- Studio F216 operates on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations will not be made for single users. Only one user will be allowed per workstation so that all users may be provided a quiet, non-distracting atmosphere in which to work. Two peripheral stations for printing or scanning are on the east side of the classroom.
- There will be absolutely no loud talking, eating or drinking in the lab areas.