IV. SERVICES, RESOURCES, AND FACILITIES

Academic Information Technologies (AIT)
http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/ait/
Dr. Howard Spivak, Director
Room 412 Library, 3rd floor
718 951 5342
Howards@brooklyn.cuny.edu

FACULTY TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT LAB (FTDL)
http://ait.brooklyn.cuny.edu
Nick Irons, Manager Room 382 Library, 3rd floor
718 951 4634
nirons@brooklyn.cuny.edu

GENERAL INFORMATION

The Brooklyn College Faculty Training and Development Lab provides Brooklyn College faculty with a range of free services to meet both individual and group needs. Resources include:

Technical Support Staff are available to assist you in the use any of the computer hardware and software in the Lab.

CUSTOMIZED, PERSONAL FACULTY TRAINING

The knowledgeable and helpful staff of the Faculty Lab is available to assist with your computing needs. You can arrange for one-on-one training and assistance with computing projects at either the Faculty Lab or your office. A comprehensive library of documentation on the effective academic use of various computing technologies is also available. For more information on customized, personal faculty training or to schedule an appointment, contact: 718 951 4634 or ait@brooklyn.cuny.edu

DOCUMENT, IMAGE AND MEDIA SCANNING SERVICE

If you do not have time to digitize your documents, images, audiotapes, or videotapes, bring them to the Faculty Lab for scanning. Depending on the quantity and format, your media will be scanned within a 48 hour period.

For more information on AIT Scanning Service, contact:
Faculty Lab
718 951 4634 or ait@brooklyn.cuny.edu

MULTIMEDIA CLASSROOMS
http://ait.brooklyn.cuny.edu
Nick Irons, Manager
nirons@brooklyn.cuny.edu
For Windows: Room 383 Library, 3rd Floor
For Macintosh: Room 384 Library, 3rd Floor
718 951 4634

The Office of Academic Information Technologies (AIT) maintains and supports two MultiMedia Classrooms, in 383 and 384 Library. These classrooms are available for your occasional class use.

You may reserve the Windows or Macintosh Classroom to teach with the use of interactive modules, on computers with advanced graphics and sound capabilities.

Each classroom accommodates 34 participants and has one dedicated instructor
station. These specialized classrooms may be reserved only for occasional, specific class meetings requiring the use of technology. High demand precludes scheduling them for every class meeting during the semester. Technical staff from AIT will be available for classroom support.

To view the current MultiMedia Classroom schedule on the Web and for instructions on reserving the AIT MultiMedia classrooms, go to: http://ait.brooklyn.cuny.edu

General Information

Faculty can use these rooms for both student instruction and to train colleagues in the creation of multimedia applications using new media tools.

Technical staff from the Faculty Training and Development Lab is available to assist you.

Facilities

To view the current Multimedia Classroom schedule on the Web go to: http://ait.brooklyn.cuny.edu

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NEW MEDIA CENTER (NMC)
Suzie Samuel, Manager
Service Desk, 2nd Floor Library
718 951 5327
ssamuel@brooklyn.cuny.edu

Harold Wilson, Evening and Weekend Manager
Service Desk, 2nd Floor Library
718 951 5327
hwilson@brooklyn.cuny.edu

General Information

The New Media Center (NMC) provides faculty and students with a variety of services, including:

NMC Staff also oversees the schedule, support, and maintenance of the Woody Tanger Auditorium.

Hours

The New Media Center observes the same hours of operation as the Library. To review the schedule, direct your Web browser to: http://library.brooklyn.cuny.edu/about_library/hours.htm

NMC VIEWING/PRESENTATION ROOMS

All viewing rooms are located on the second floor. Reservations can be made in advance to ensure availability. All rooms have amplified sound system, video playback equipment (DVD/VHS) and can also play audio CDs. Room types include:

NMC COMPUTING FACILITY

The New Media Center has a computer lab that includes:

Many research resources are software packages are available. The list above is a small sampling.

Computer availability in the New Media Center can be monitored at any time at http://websql.brooklyn.cuny.edu/lab/

You will also find a link to the Brooklyn College Lab Tracking System on the College home page. The Lab Tracking System allows you to find available public computers on campus any time, including the Wolfe Lab, Atrium Lab, the Library New Media Center, Library Café, SUBO, and the Learning Center.

Find the Lab Tracking System at www.brooklyn.cuny.edu

L4: Library Lower Level Lab
Suzie Samuel, Manager
1st Floor, Whitehead Hall
(Library Café)
718 951 4672
ssamuel@brooklyn.cuny.edu

Harold Wilson, Evening and Weekend Manager
1st Floor, Whitehead Hall
(Library Café)
718 951 4672
hwilson@brooklyn.cuny.edu

The Library Lower Level Lab, or L4, is an extension of the New Media Center.

LOCATION

L4 is located in the basement of the Library.

HOURS

The New Media Center observes the same hours of operation as the Library. To review the schedule, direct your Web browser to: http://library.brooklyn.cuny.edu/about_library/hours.htm

EQUIPMENT

Availability of the computers at the L4 lab can be monitored anytime at the Brooklyn College Lab Tracking System: http://websql.brooklyn.cuny.edu/lab/

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ARTESIA – TEAMS

AIT is finalizing the integration of a new digital asset management product, called TEAMS,
Into the Brooklyn College Library's online environment. TEAMS (the interface of which may be renamed or nameless, if integrated into the Library’s other online search tools) will allow authorized users (CUNY students, faculty and staff) to access digitized Brooklyn College Library multimedia holdings via the Web.

The digitized resources include reserved materials from the Music Library and the video collection, in addition to digital collections from the Library’s Special Collections unit and other BC-produced digital special collections, spanning audio, still images and video. The TEAMS product will also serve to deliver outside collections that are on loan to the college, donations, or partnerships, such as an upcoming partnership with the Woody Guthrie Foundation.

The digitized holdings carry various security attributes and can be managed as appropriate to grant or deny searching, viewing and downloading rights to a particular user, based on college affiliation, enrollment status, copyright conditions, etc.

TEAMS will debut with minimal but useful content, limited to a sample digital collection from the Special Collections unit and the Spring 2004 reserve audio and video materials. A second wave of implementation will be the introduction of the Woody Guthrie collection, and the final wave is to have additional BC Special Collections and will begin soliciting collections and collection proposals from faculty and staff.

TEAMS management and user support will be the responsibility of the New Media Center.

For more information, contact:

Alex Rudshteyn
New Media Center
Library, 2nd Floor
718 951 5342
alex@brooklyn.cuny.edu

LIBRARY ROOM SCHEDULER

In the fall of 2003, AIT unveiled an online request system for the Library’s public-use rooms, including:

From any computer on campus, faculty, students and staff can view room availability and equipment, room photos, and request a reservation.

USING THE ROOM SCHEDULER

  1. Go to the AIT web page: http://ait.brooklyn.cuny.edu
  2. Click the [Room Scheduler] button on the lower left-hand side of the web page.
  3. Select a room.
  4. Click either [Room Calendar] to view availability, and then choose an available time slot to start the reservation process,
    or
    Click [Apply for Reservation] to bypass the calendar step.

RESULT Your request will go to the group that oversees the facility you’ve requested.
You will receive email notification when the room has been reserved in your name.

 

WOODY TANGER AUDITORIUM

The Woody Tanger Auditorium (Room 150 Library), now available for scheduling, is was designed to allow the
college community to experiment with and experience a high-tech communication infrastructure. Whether viewing a DVD, conducting a video- or teleconference, screening a 16mm film, defending a thesis, holding a debate or accommodating a guest speaker, the Woody Tanger Auditorium is a perfect place for large groups to experience contemporary technology tools and expert support. Its excellent acoustics make it an equally perfect venue for musical performances.

The Auditorium has 144 comfortable retractable-tablet chairs and boasts the following electronic amenities:

Request the Woody Tanger Auditorium by contacting the New Media Center (NMC):newmedia@brooklyn.cuny.edu

or

visit the Library’s room scheduling page, linked from the AIT webpage: http://ait.brooklyn.cuny.edu

NMC Staff will be available to provide technical assistance before and during your scheduled event. Printed instructions are available for most systems. Please arrive early on the day of your event and consult the New Media Center desk on the 2nd floor of the Library if you would like to schedule a tutorial on the Auditorium’s audio/visual, computing or lighting systems prior to your event.

 

MORTON & ANGELA TOPFER LIBRARY CAFÉ · COMPUTER CENTER
http://ait.brooklyn.cuny.edu/librarycafe
Whitehead Hall, lower level
Danielle Lahmeyer, Manager
718 951 4629
lahmeyer@brooklyn.cuny.edu

Evenings and Weekends:
Lawrence Albrecht, Manager
718 951 4629
albrecht@brooklyn.cuny.edu

HOURS AND ACCESS

The Library Café is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to Brooklyn College faculty,
staff and students with valid Brooklyn College identification cards.

Technical support and printing, available when the service desk is staffed:
Monday -Thursday 8:00 am - 11:45 pm
Friday 9:00 am - 4:45 pm
Saturday, Sunday 10:00 am - 5:45 pm

The Library Café is be closed on College holidays and is occasionally closed to the pubic for necessary system maintenance. Check the Library Café website for complete, up-to-date information: http://ait.brooklyn.cuny.edu/librarycafe

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

The Morton and Angela Topfer Library Café at Brooklyn College is located on the lower level of Whitehead Hall. This state-of-the-art academic computing facility currently provides more than 50 multimedia-capable workstations with standard productivity applications, full access to the Web, and access to CUNY+ and other databases via the Brooklyn College local area network (LAN).

The Library Café has a Starbucks coffee and snack bar, as well as two casual seating areas and study rooms. Food and drink are restricted to the café tables adjacent to Starbucks and the café tables on the Whitehead Hall plaza.

Plans for an expansion to the Library Café are underway. A one-story building of 1800 square feet will be added onto the existing space, bringing the total space of the Library Café to 6600 square feet. Thirty additional computer stations will bring the total to 83. A counter, equipped with connections for 8 laptops, will overlook the terrace. A comfort station will be provided in this new section of the café, along with additional tables for studying and enjoying coffee and snacks. Construction began in July 2004 and is expected to be completed by fall 2005. The college plans to open the new and expanded Library Café for the September 2005 semester. The firm of TEK Architects is designing the space.

NOTE Food and drink are NOT permitted at computer stations or in the study rooms.

 

LIBRARY CAFÉ CIRCULATING LAPTOPS

A limited number of portable computers, complete with access to the local area network (LAN) and the Internet,
are available for student use in the Library Café. These computers are restricted to use in the Library Café only.

LIBRARY CAFÉ STUDENT WALK-IN TRAINING

Direct your students to the Library Café for daily, one-on-one training and support in the use of the Internet, Blackboard,
Caucus, and general software and productivity applications (word processing, spreadsheet analysis, etc.). Daily walk-in training also teaches students how to back up their important data via diskettes, online storage, and how to use e-mail.

 

LIBRARY CAFÉ STUDENT TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOPS

Each workshop starts promptly at 1:00 PM and concludes at 2:30 PM. Every workshop will be
conducted by a member of the Library Café Staff. Workshops are open to all Brooklyn College students.
Registration is not necessary. All materials are provided.

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LIBRARY INTERNET STATIONS
Professor Anthony Cucchiara
718 951 5581
Tonyc@brooklyn.cuny.edu
The Library has Internet/World Wide Web stations in various locations throughout the building. There is a cluster on the first floor, adjacent to the Information Services Desk, several machines on the lower level near Periodicals, and several next to the elevators on the 2nd and 3rd floors. Students can either walk in or make advance reservations. Assistance is available to identify resources and/or access faculty Web assignments.

 

LIBRARY SERVICES FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

It is the goal of the Brooklyn College Library to provide equal access to information for all students, faculty and staff.
For those with disabilities, the Library can make special provisions to facilitate all activities.

LOCATION

Library

CONTACT Miriam Deutch
718 951 5221
MiriamD@brooklyn.cuny.edu

EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES (ITS)


http://infotech.brooklyn.cuny.edu/
Mark Gold, Director of Computer Services
Mark@brooklync.cuny.edu
ITS Entrance, LaGuardia Library, 4th Floor
718 951 5861

HOURS
Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

ITS is the hub of BC technology and provides technical expertise and guidance campus wide. The activities of ITS range
from large-scale projects that improve efficiency and productivity for the entire college community to trouble-shooting a single computer.

ITS services, resources and development include:

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BC MAINFRAME

ITS Entrance, LaGuardia Library, 4th Floor

CONTACT Peggy Bergamasco , Manager
718 951 5176
peggy@brooklyn.cuny.edu
HOURS Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Brooklyn College removed its mainframe in 1996, but some of its functions and applications still operate via the CUNY central mainframe system. A high-speed, ATM communications line attaches our printers and other equipment to CUNY systems and facilitates access to CUNY's mainframe and printing of mainframe output at the campus. Mainframe print output can be retrieved at ITS: ITS entrance, La Guardia Library, 4th Floor.

 

MAINFRAME SERVICES

MAINFRAME PRINTOUTS AND OPSCAN FORMS

CONTACT ITS
718 951 5861
NOTE It generally takes two business days to complete an Opscan project. During finals week, projects may take a few days longer.
IMPORTANT Only full-time staff may handle examinations.

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ITS COMPUTER LABS AND CLASSROOMS

PUBLIC COMPUTING: ITS PUBLIC COMPUTING LABS, West End Building (W.E.B.)

The ITS Public Computing Labs are located in the West End Building (WEB), next to the athletic field. The expansive labs are designed for computing in the 21 st century, including the following features:

 

   
   
HOURS FALL/SPRING
  Monday - Thursday
Friday
Saturday and Sunday

(Call for Summer/Winter and Intersession hours)

8:00 am - 10:45 pm
8:00 am - 4:45 pm
8:30am - 4:45 pm


     

CONTACT &
RESERVATIONS

 

 

Selena Threet and John Stephen, Computer Lab Managers
Daniel Perez, Assistant Lab Manager
718 951 5787
sthreet@brooklyn.cuny.edu
jstephen@brooklyn.cuny.edu
dperez@brooklyn.cunuy.edu

The ITS Public Computing Labs and lab classrooms at Brooklyn College are the largest and most accessible of CUNY and are open 7 days a week, up to 15 hours each weekday.

LAB EQUIPMENT

LAB FACILITIES

Open Area

Room 105

Room 106

Room 129

Room 130


LAB EQUIPMENT FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

LAB SERVICES

LAB TRAINING

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STUDENT ACCESS

LAB RESERVATIONS

The ITS Public Computing Labs and classrooms are available throughout year for the following purposes:

NOTE All reservations require the completion of a Room Request form, which must be submitted. At least two (2) weeks in advance of the required date.

RESERVING SPACE

  1. Obtain and complete a Room Request form at the ITS Public Computing Labs, or print the form from the Faculty Guide to BC Technology Resources (Chapter XII: Appendix)
  2. Have the form signed by the department Dean or Chair
  3. Return the completed and signed form to the Lab, or fax the form: 718 951 4332, or email the form to any of the following lab managers:

    sthreet@brooklyn.cuny.edu
    jstephen@brooklyn.cuny.edu
    dperez@brooklyn.cunuy.edu

RESULT The lab staff will contact you to confirm your request or to suggest alternative dates.

RESERVING SEMESTER-LONG ITS PUBLIC COMPUTING LABS SPACE

NOTE Reservation requests from the Registrar may override other reservations.

TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE IN THE LABS

TELECONFERENCING / VIDEOCONFERENCING

LOCATION ITS PUBLIC COMPUTING LABS
West End Building (WEB)
CONTACT & RESERVATIONS Selena Threet and John Stephen, Computer Lab Managers
Daniel Perez, Assistant Lab Manager
718 951 5787
sthreet@brooklyn.cuny.edu
jstephen@brooklyn.cuny.edu
dperez@brooklyn.cuny.edu

VIDEO

Brooklyn College offers state-of-the-art videoconferencing, a joint project of CUNY-CIS and BC ITS. Teleconferencing (voice only) can be arranged with the college Office of Telecommunications (x5533), which can arrange to lend conference phones as needed and can create conference calls with third parties with advanced notice. Video conferencing services must be reserved at least 3 weeks in advance of event date.

VIDEOCONFERENCING FACILITIES

VIDEOCONFERENCING EQUIPMENT

VIDEOCONFERENCING SERVICES

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INSTRUCTIONAL TECH TEAM (ITT)

The Instructional Tech Team (ITT) is a group of ITS techs specifically dedicated to providing technical support in the classroom during instructional time. The techs troubleshoot and repair classroom and lab systems and attendant equipment. ITT assists faculty as follows:

HOURS

Coverage is as follows:

Monday – Thursday
Friday – Saturday
Sunday

8am – 11pm
8am – 5pm
10am – 1pm

LOCATION ITS
ITS Entrance, Library, 4th floor
CONTACT Christian Feliz, Coordinator
718 951 8282 (Direct)
718 951 5861 (ITS Main Office)
In Person: ITS, ITS Entrance, Library, 4th floor
Email: ITT@brooklyn.cuny.edu

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TECHNOLOGY@BC WEB SITE

The Technology@BC Web site provides comprehensive access to all technology services, resources and facilities on the Brooklyn College campus in one centralized, data-based driven center of information. The links are as follows:

To reach the Technology@BC Web site, point your browser to the BC Web site’s main page (www.brooklyn.cuny.edu) and then click the Technology@BC link, on the left side of the page.

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BC WIRELESS HOT SPOTS: WI-FI

BC Wireless Hotspots are designed to expand wireless service to users with laptops or PDAs equipped for wireless networking. BC Wireless gives connected computers access to the Internet and to college web services at speeds rivaling that of “wired” computers.

The campus wireless network is available to Brooklyn College students, faculty, and staff. For a listing of existing and planned Hotspot areas, please visit our wireless locations page.

To begin using the wireless network, please visit our Getting Started page.

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ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT CLASSROOMS AND LABS

LOCATION Various. See table below.
HOURS Contact the individual department.
CONTACT & RESERVATIONS each department directly for lab information and availability.

Many academic departments have specialized computer lab classrooms, equipment and software, some of which are dedicated to serving a specific student population. Facilities are managed by the sponsoring academic department. ITS provides technical support for these facilities whenever necessary.

DEPARTMENT EXTENSION LOCATION CLASSROOMS CLASROOM PCs PUBLIC ACCESS PCs
Adult Ed x 4141 313RE 1 25  
Art x 5321 5102B 2 48  
Biology x 5402 324NE 1 19  
CIS x 5657 130NE 1 29  
CIS - Sysadmin x 5657 5301N 1 18  
Education lab x 5214 2104J 1 24  
Education mobile laptop labs x 5214   4 96  
English lab x 5195 132NE 1 25  
ESL lab x 5928 1408N 1 2  
Film lab x 5664 0322P 1 36  
Film lab x 5664 0324P 1 8  
Geology mobile laptop lab x 5416   1 24  
Health/Nutrition Sciences lab x 5026 326NE 1 41  
ITS Public Computing Labs x 5787 West End Building (WEB) 4 132 250
Journalism lab x 5302 307A 1 20  
Learning Center x 5821 1300B 1 17 20
Library x 8233 Library 4 141 220
Library - New Media Center x 5327 Library     105
Library Café x 8233, 4672       57
Math lab x 5246 0105N 1 25  
Math lab x 5246 328NE 1 10  
Modern Languages lab x 5451 5231B 1 27  
Music lab x 5286 251G 1 11  
Music lab x 5286 250G 1 3  
Psych lab x 5601 4607J 1 31  
Psych lab x 5601 5201J 1 21  
SEEK mobile lab x 5738   1 24  
Sociology x 5314 3611J 1 12  
STARR reading lab x 5624, 5928 217R 1 27  
Student Center Computer Corner x 5842 SUBO     11
TV / Radio multimedia lab x 5555 302A 1 8  
TV / Radio multimedia lab x 5555 306A 1 8  
TV / Radio multimedia lab x 5555 005A 1 9  
Whitehead mobile laptop lab (Call appropriate department)     1 24  
Women's Studies lab x 5476 227NE     2

PRESENTATION FACILITIES

LOCATION Various. See table below
HOURS Contact the individual department.
CONTACT & RESERVATIONS Contact each department directly for lab availability

The College has many spaces equipped for computer and video presentations and provides accommodations according to group size:

PRESENTATION SPACES SIZE PROJECTION FOR
VIDEO & PCs
NETWORK
CONNECTION
AVAILABLE
RESERVATION CONTACT/
TECHNICAL CONTACT
148 New Ingersoll Large Rear Yes Reservations
Office of the Registrar, Scheduling Division
William Pagonis: x5148 (fax: 4134)
Technical Support
Selena Threet, Lab Mgr. x5787 or
Help Desk, x5861
135 New Ingersoll Classroom Front
137 New Ingersoll Classroom Front
130 New Ingersoll Classroom Front Yes
130(c) New Ingersoll Classroom Front Yes
1302 Plaza Large Rear Yes - SF*
ITS Public Computing Labs Video Conference Center/West End Building Classroom Projection Screen Yes Lab Managers: Selena Threet or John Stephen, or Asst. Lab Manager Danny Perez, x 5787
Library Multimedia Classrooms
Classroom Monitors Yes Academic Computing: Nick Irons x4634
Library Woody Tanger Auditorium Large Yes Yes newmedia@brooklyn.cuny.edu
Student Center (various rooms) Medium ___ Yes Office of Student Development: Nancy Brooks, x5528

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CUNY-CIS CENTRAL COMPUTING FACILITY

LOCATION 555 West 57th Street
New York, NY
HOURS Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
CONTACT 212 541 0981
ctrcu@cunyvm.cuny.edu

The CUNY-CIS Central Computing Facility assists users with problems related to CUNY systems.

SERVICES

NOTE Direct questions about your CUNY VM ID or connecting to the BC campus network to ITS, 718 951 5861.

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THE LEARNING CENTER

LOCATION 1300 Boylan Hall
HOURS Monday, Thursday
Tuesday, Wednesday
Friday
10am - 8pm
9am - 6pm
10am -1pm
CONTACT Myra Kogen, Director
718 951 5821
mkogen@brooklyn.cuny.edu

SERVICES

The Learning Center is a nationally respected source of free tutoring for all BC students in courses across the curriculum. Trained peer tutors provide students with assistance in a wide variety of ways:

Students who visit the Learning Center find a handsome and comfortable environment with 40 PCs and reference materials available for their use. Computers can be used by all BC students working on college assignments, although preference is always given to students working with a tutor. The Learning Center is open all weekdays and several evenings. Students can schedule appointments for regular weekly meetings to work on their writing skills, or they can drop by to work with a tutor either individually or in small groups.

FACILITIES

EQUIPMENT

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CENTER FOR TEACHING

LOCATION 2133 Ingersoll Hall
HOURS Hours vary each semester. Contact the Center for the current schedule.
CONTACT Professor Patricia O’Connor
Chair of the Executive Committee
718 951 5211
poconnor@brooklyn.cuny.edu

The Center develops effective technology for teaching.

SERVICES

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DIGITAL MEDIA CENTER

LOCATION 5107 / 5205 / 5207 Boylan Hall
HOURS Monday – Thursday
Friday
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
11:00 am - 6:00 pm
CONTACT Digital CLT
718 951 5768
depthome.brooklyn.cuny.edu/art

The Digital Media Center, located in the Art Department, utilizes hands-on digital technology to research and teach applied design, 3D and video.

FACILITIES

EQUIPMENT

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BROOKLYN COLLEGE CENTER FOR COMPUTER MUSIC

LOCATION 250 Gershwin Hall
HOURS Monday – Friday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Contact the Center for evening hours.
CONTACT Amnon Wolman, Director of Music Technology
718 951 5018
Awolman@brooklyn.cuny.edu

The Center for Computer Music (BC-CCM), part of the Conservatory of Music, is a research and creativity center bringing together computer scientists and artists working in the discipline. It promotes musical and interdisciplinary projects using diverse computer applications and hardware.

SERVICES

FACILITIES

EQUIPMENT

 

MAMIE AND FRANK GOLDSTEIN RESOURCE CENTER

(Center for Student Disability Services)

LOCATION 138 Roosevelt Hall
HOURS Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Tuesday
9:00 am - 4:45 pm
9:30 am - 7:30 pm
CONTACT Roberta Adelman, Director
718 951 5538
radelman@brooklyn.cuny.edu

SERVICES

FACILITIES

EQUIPMENT

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STUDENT CENTER* COMPUTER CORNER

LOCATION 1st Floor, adjacent to Student Center Cafe Building
HOURS Monday through Thursday
Friday
10:00 am - 8:00 pm
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
CONTACT Joseph Benedict, Executive Director
718 951-5842
benedict@brooklyn.cuny.edu

The Student Center Computer Corner provides computer access for academic purposes to all registered BC students.

SERVICES

FACILITIES

EQUIPMENT

*Formerly known as “SUBO”

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STUDENT TUTORING AND SUPPORT

 

ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS

CONTACT Individual departments

SERVICES

ATRIUM LAB

CONTACT Atrium Lab
718 951 5787

SERVICES

LIBRARY

CONTACT Reference Desk, in person
First floor, LaGuardia Library or
718 951 5628 or
RefDesk@brooklyn.cuny.edu

SERVICES

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