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Technology

The Digital Aquarium

Student Center 390, Phone 404-413-4730, http://www.gsu.edu/aquarium/

The Digital Aquarium is an open-access multimedia computer lab, providing high-end workstations for all Georgia State University students, regardless of their academic major. Our workstations are equipped with the multimedia production tools needed to support current and future academic programs. Resources include 3D, video, audio, graphic design and animation tools that allow students to develop music, movies, interactive media, web sites and virtual worlds and to replace traditional Word documents and PowerPoint presentations with interactive websites, DVD videos, audio CDs, and podcasts.

Instructional Technology Center

College of Education Building, 2nd floor, http://itc.gsu.edu/index.htm

The Instructional Technology Center (ITC) is designed for faculty, students, and Pre-K-12 educators to encourage and support technology confidence and expertise in the areas of teaching, collaboration, and consultation. Open to all GSU students: Monday – Thursday – 8:00 AM – 9:45:00 PM, Friday – 8:00 AM – 4:45 PM, Saturday – 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM.

The Exchange Technology Training Workshops

Phone # 404-413-4700,

http://technology.gsu.edu/technology-services/it-services/training-and-learning-resources/technology-training-workshops/

Students aren’t permitted to use the computers in the Exchange, but they can attend the workshops offered in the Classroom South building. See their website for details.

GSU Help Center 

http://www.gsu.edu/help/

The IS&T Help Center provides Georgia State University faculty and staff with support for software, hardware, telecommunications and network issues. If we cannot resolve your issue, we will assign it to the appropriate IS&T department.

Online Training & Lynda 

http://www.gsu.edu/ist/training/index.html
Online tutorial videos on various software programs; free to GSU students. When off-campus, you will need to connect via the Virtual Private Network (VPN)—see below.

GSU VPN 

http://www.gsu.edu/help/25697.html

Use the Virtual Private Network (VPN) to connect to the university network from off campus and access resources only available from within the network, including library applications such as GALILEO and technical resources such as Georgia State accounts for lynda.com.

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