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As you might have noticed, we have some new technology in Ross-Blakley Hall.
These computers (and the mini computers in conference and seminar rooms) are configured so that any ASU affiliate can log in. Faculty and staff without an ASUAD domain login will need to change the domain on the Windows computers by typing asurite\ before their ASURITE ID. If my ASURITE ID was willow, I would type asurite\willow for my ID and my ASURITE password to log in.
Conference Room 103 is equipped with a large screen, Mersive Solstice, HDMI connection and a conference phone (there is a work order in to move the phone to the table).
The Executive Conference Room, 170H is equipped with a large movable screen, VGA connection, a built-in mini computer, a video conferencing camera and microphone, and a conference phone.
Seminar Room 117 is equipped with a large projection screen, Mersive Solstice, VGA connection, a built-in mini computer, and a conference phone.
The Media Learning Lab, 115 is equipped with a large projection screen, Mersive Solstice, VGA connection, a built-in mini computer, and a conference phone. Eventually, this room will be equipped with 30 computers and will be reserved for special class sessions, presentations, and computing workshops. This room will also serve as a walk-in computing lab for students and faculty. Note, there is one employee who has a reserved desk space stationed at the last station on the southern end of the west wall.
We also have two technology configurations in our mediated Enclaves:
A list of the enclaves, booking contact, and the technology can be found at: https://goo.gl/Ri26GD
Mersive Solstice is a wireless connection application that allows multiple people to connect to the screen in order to facilitate collaboration. To connect and install the Solstice application on your computer, tablet, or phone use a browser to go to the IP Address on the screen and follow the instructions.
Instructions for Apple and Windows computers that are not on the ASURITE domain (“on the domain” means that you are required to login to the computer with your ASURITE or ASUAD ID/PWD), see: https://goo.gl/R8k29x
For Windows computers that are on the domain, see https://goo.gl/yMCbAQ
One of ASU’s core values is sustainability, as such we have moved to using centralized network printing in-line with ASU’s carbon neutral goal. All of our Canon copier/printers have duplex (two-sided) capabilities to reduce carbon output, please consider using this feature. In fact, a 2011 study conducted at ASU found the environmental savings from duplex printing saved more than 725 trees and 2.34 million liters of water, and reduced carbon emissions by more than 74 metric tons. Please consider your environmental impact before printing and use duplex printing whenever possible.
TAs are allowed to print material to support the classes they are teaching for the department. All graduate students, including TAs, receive a 500 page print allotment per semester for research and course-related print needs. We realize that TAs need to print and make copies for class so there is no hard cap at this time. If your account shows high volumes of print and copy use, we will contact you directly.
We have an ASU Print Anywhere all-in-one located on the first floor by the west elevators. Print Anywhere is a network of 65 public copy machines that provide 24/7 document services at Arizona State University. Each copier can print, photocopy and scan to email. You can send print jobs from your personal laptop computer by downloading the laptop printing driver.
ASU students, staff and faculty are charged on their My ASU accounts for printing, copying and scanning. For more information, see: https://www.printcpc.com/print-anywhere/