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Main Support

  • Office Room C101 Main Building
  • Telephone Number 513-OOPS (513-6677)
    • option 1 Web Application
      Support and UVIS
    • option 2 PC and A/V Support
  • Email vethelp@ncsu.edu

A/V Support

After Hours Support

  • M-F 5:00 pm - 7:00 am & weekends
    • Text Pager 982-3540 (Urgent needs only)

CVM Computer Lab & Classroom PC Information

 

The College of Veterinary Medicine has one computer lab for DVM and Graduate student use. This lab is located in room 1551 (Terry Center lower corridor which requires card access). This is a 24 hour lab and consists of twelve computers, a printer, two group study tables and a mobile white board. The computers are the same as those distributed in OIT Unity labs across campus with the addition of CVM specific applications. Unity ID and password are required for login.

Computers in the six CVM Master Classrooms are setup identically to the ones in the computer lab. Thirty-one similarly configured computersand twenty-four laptops are also available in the VetMed library. The laptops can be setup for a classroom environment in room A101. Room reservation is required. Guest accounts are available on certain VML computers.  Contact library staff for information on guest use.

WolfPrint printers are available in TC1551 and VML.  Printing services are funded through your AllCampus account.  Please see http://oit.ncsu.edu/wolfprint/wolfprint-welcome for information on setting up your account, frequently asked questions and troubleshooting

The Surgical Skills laboratory has been updated with state-of-the art audio-visual components that include a laptop in each of the 14 surgical bays with 46” flat panel monitors.  The control station allows for the routing of multiple sources (blu-ray, laptops, audio, surgical camera, etc.) to any or all of the 14 display monitors.  Active surgical procedures can be simultaneously displayed in the D239 classroom.

The B104 Microscope laboratory includes a desktop pc which displays to sixteen 46” flat panel monitors distributed in four overhead clusters.  There are connections for instructors to use their own laptops with the overhead displays. Other technology includes a gross specimen visualizer and microscopy projection capabilities.

NOTE:  If special software and/or updates are needed for workshops or special meetings, at least three weeks prior notice to CVM Computing Resources will be required to allow for testing and installation. If the requested software is determined to cause problems with existing computer setups it will NOT be installed.

CVM-Specific Applications