Information Technology at MEC
The college maintains two networks or domains at the college. The first is considered the administrative side of the network and is provided for the faculty and staff to conduct day to day operations of the college. The second network is considered the student network and is often referred to as the Directory domain. The Directory domain is available from classrooms as well as public space computers in the library and the open computer lab. The Directory domain is accessible using MYNOVA credentials.
The MEC has 100% wireless coverage. The two primary wireless networks are the campus are the Directory domain and the Guest wireless network. Students, Faculty, and Staff can access the Directory wireless network using MyNova credentials. The Guest wireless network is available for restricted bandwidth, short-term use. For more consistent and long-term use of wireless networking at the MEC it is recommended students connect to the Directory wireless network.
Classroom Technology at MEC
All the educational spaces at MEC are equipped with audio and visual presentation aids. These include computers in the classrooms, document cameras, projectors, VHS/DVD players, and sound amplification. 100% of the traditional classrooms and many of the specialty lab spaces at the MEC are equipped with Panopto lecture capture and SMART Sympodium monitors. The MEC also uses Cisco VTC technology for distance education. The MEC also has available clickers for use by faculty and in the Fall of 2013 MEC began te use of an iPad cart for instructional use in the classroom. HE 355 at the MEC was also designed as a small group collaboration space pilot with multiple video monitors and video distribution for the sharing of small group presentations.
Below are links to important policies and forms.
- Software Install Request Form
- Virtual Office Agreement Form
- Class Room Change Form
- Office Relocation Request Form