Welcome to Summer Quarter! The Computer Center is open Monday-Thursday 9am to 10pm, Friday 9am to 6pm and Saturday 9am to 2pm. We are closed on Sundays. Please let us know if we can help support your Summer studies by contacting us at 360-867-6231 or at help.evergreen.edu.
Evergreen students, staff and faculty have free access to hundreds of online software tutorials at Lynda.com courtesy of Lynda Weinman, ‘76. Evergreen community members can now receive unlimited access to a vast library of high-quality, current, and engaging video tutorials taught by recognized industry experts, simply by logging into my.evergreen.edu and selecting the link under Community.
lynda.com offers hundreds of video tutorials for an enormous range of software including:
- Excel and other Office products
- ProTools and Logic
- CS5 (Photoshop, InDesign)
- C++ and Python
- and lots lots more..
With a Lynda.com account you can save your progress on the lessons and receive updates via email. It’s a great way to improve your skills, learn new technologies and experiment. Lynda.com adds 24 courses per month, so there is always new stuff to discover. Check it out and thanks Lynda!!
A quick update regarding the upcoming holiday. We are going to be closing early on Sunday February 16th, at 10pm. The campus is closed on Monday 2/17/14 for President’s day.
All of us at The Computer Center wish you a happy Week 6. The quarter is flying by.
Computer Center Manager
Here is a short summary of our holiday hours for the month of November. The Computer Center Staff wish you a wonderful November!
Sunday November 10th: 12pm to 8pm
Monday November 11th: Veteran’s Day: CLOSED
Sunday November 24th: 12pm to 8pm
November 25th-27th: 9am to 6pm
Thursday November 28th – Saturday November 30th: CLOSED
Sunday December 1st: 12am to 12pm (normal hours resume)
We have made some changes in The Computer Center that I want to inform you about. Firstly we are back on our academic schedule, which is:
Sunday 12pm to 12am
Monday – Thursday 7am to 12am
Friday – 7am to 10pm
Saturday 9am to 10pm
Secondly, we have been busy upgrading our aging Windows PCs on the general floor. I am grateful to all of you who have been patient with the (lack of) speed of our older equipment. We now have Intel dual core PCs installed with widescreen Dell monitors at every PC post on the main floor. We have installed solid state hard drives at most PCs on the general floor which have dramatically reduced login time.
Finally, there is now a page limit set in our lab. The Go Print screen will report large jobs “over limit” but we are happy to help push those jobs through so long as they are academically relevant. Please see us at the front desk is you have any issues printing your academic work.
Have a wonderful Fall Quarter!
Computer Center Manager