Last Updated October 9, 2012
Content relevant to all CLC computer labs.
Your roaming profile contains information about application settings and preferences, user-defined shortcuts and desktop settings, and other settings. Various files and registry settings are downloaded to the local computer when you log on, and uploaded to a server when you log off. You can see the files by going to C:\Users\<your-userid>\AppData\Roaming.
Last Updated March 19, 2015
Last Updated November 11, 2016
We have a number of special hardware devices available to all users in our labs:
Cintiq Interactive Pen Display
Available in 144 Stuckeman
Use the pen directly on the screen to work more quickly and naturally. Pens can be checked out from the Architecture and Landscape Architecture Library in 111 Stuckeman.
Last Updated August 17, 2017
Last Updated September 30, 2010
NOTE: These instructions explain how to configure the Audio MIDI settings in order to be able to record audio using Logic Express, Apple's audio manipulation application installed in CLC's Macintosh lab and technology podium computers. These instructions do not detail how to use the features of Logic Express.
Last Updated July 28, 2014
From almost any application that can print, you can create a PDF document of the document.
For example, to create a PDF document from Microsoft Word, you would:
Last Updated October 5, 2010
Every day at 4:00am a "snapshot" of the entire UDrive is taken on UBackup, which holds a real-time copy of UDrive data in addition to several weeks of daily snapshots. If you need a copy of a file that you accidentally erased or edited, it may be in this alternate location.
Please keep in mind:
Last Updated November 14, 2014
Learning Applications and Technologies (formally CLC) regularly evaluates and installs software packages requested by instructors. Please review these policies and procedures before making a request.
Last Updated May 5, 2017
This page is depricated and shall be removed soon. 9/26/2014.
Last Updated April 20, 2017