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.
Per the IT department’s Helpdesk group:
We are excited to announce an upcoming improvement to your MyCharleston password recovery experience. We are implementing a functionality that will allow you to manually recover your Cougars password by answering a series of questions. You will no longer need to contact Helpdesk to recover or reset your Cougars password. This new functionality also improves the security of the password recovery process.
When this is implemented, you will be asked to complete your recovery profile when you first log into MyCharleston. You’ll be asked to answer a series of eight questions.
Please keep the following in mind:
- You will only have to set up your recovery profile once.
- If you forget your password, you’ll be prompted to answer two of the eight questions to recover your password manually.
- The login process will not change.
- All eight questions must be answered.
- No duplicate answers will be accepted.
Hawkes learning has released new versions of their software (the most common one is essential calculus) that work on Yosemite, so if you have upgraded your Mac to the latest version of OSX, then you’ll need to go to the Hawkes Learning website for instructions on how to uninstall your current software and download the new version.