Looking for on-campus work? Student Computing is seeking students for part-time positions at the Addlestone Library’s Information Desk for the coming semester and beyond.
Information Desk staff are responsible for answering basic computing and research questions: how to use the College’s wi-fi, how to use the computer lab’s printers, how to find items in the Library’s catalog or databases, etc. Prior experience is helpful, but training is provided.
If you’ve got good customer service skills and are interested in working 10–16 hours a week, apply now! Log in with your g.cofc.edu account to apply. Current students only, please.
Student Computing Support, in conjunction with the SGA, has added two new printers to the atrium in the Education Center Lobby. These printers are tied into the system that the library uses, so your 300 free pages can be used there as well as in the library.
The computers in the education center lobby have the print client on them so you can print from there, or you can download the print client and print from your own computer when you are on the cofc-secure wireless network.
College of Charleston students are eligible to use Microsoft Office 365 free of charge. This free service includes the latest version of the Office suite (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc.) as well as online services like OneDrive cloud storage.
See this page for instructions on signing in to Office 365 and downloading the Office suite!
Double sided printing is now available in the Addlestone library computer lab at both the Earth and Venus Printers. To take advantage of this new option, simply select ‘DoubleSided’ as the printer when you go to print your document.
Did you know that your g.cofc.edu account comes with free cloud storage? With Google Drive, you can sync a folder on your laptop with your online storage space, backing up your important data while making it easier to share. This page walks you through how to get started with Google Drive in minutes, whether you’re on a PC or a Mac.