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computer-lab

FAQs

I would like to learn more about the OCL workshops?
Who can use the computer lab?
How do I log-in to the lab computers?
How do I print?
Is the test pass free to print?
Can I print out my documents from my laptop?
How do I scan?
Can I fax at the OCL?
Can the Lab Assistant help me with my project/assignment?
What software do the lab computers have?
I cannot find the software that I am looking for at the lab computers?
Can I download/install a software in the lab computers?
I have a question regarding a software?
Should I bring my own data storage media?
Are there other labs on campus?

 

I would like to learn more about the OCL workshops?
OCL offers free ITworkshops for all NOVA students. The workshops are on one-on-one bases and the OCL staff will work with your schedule to find a time convenient for you to conduct the workshop. Please visit the Workshops page for more details and to view the workshop catalog.

Who can use the computer lab?

  • All NOVA students, faculty and staff with active class enrollments or working status.
  • NOVA Alumini who don’t have an active account won’t be able to log on to computers.
  • Students who want to submit their admission application online.

How do I log-in to the lab computers?
You can log-in to the lab computers with your MyNOVA account username and password.
To sign in to the Macs, please enter directory\ before your username. (i.e. directory\aa1234)

How do I print?
In order to print at the OCL, students are required to use their NOVA ID card or a Guest Card (can be purchased at the OCL/library using the CSVT machine).
Printing cost is $.20/page for black & white printer and $.40/page for color printer.
Passes for exams taken at Testing Center (Room 436) can be printed at the computer lab for free.
Click here to view the printing steps.

Is the test pass free to print?
Yes, test passes are free to print at the OCL and you will use the computer located at the front desk to print your pass.

Can I print out my documents from my laptop?
Yes. Printer package installation is required.
Click here to view instructions for installing the printer driver to your laptop.
Click the following link to install the printer driver:
http://www.nvcc.edu/current-students/novacard/print/index.html

How do I scan?
Click here to view instructions on how to scan a document at the OCL.

Can I fax at the OCL?
OCL does not have a fax machine at this time.

Can the Lab Assistant help me with my project?
The lab personnel can help students with technical problems related to equipment or programs, but not with school assignments. Students may need to contact their professor or tutoring center R 328 for further instructions.

What software do the lab computers have?
Click here to view the list of software installed on lab computers. Please contact us if you have further questions.

I cannot find the software that I am looking for at the lab computers?
Click here to view the list of software installed on lab computers. If the software that you are looking for is not listed, please have your instructor contact the OCL supervisor (at: hazamy@nvcc.edu) to request the software to be installed on the lab computers.

Can I download/install a software in the lab computers?
Students are not allowed to download/install any software on the lab computers. If it is a software required for your class, please have your instructor contact the OCL supervisor (at: hazamy@nvcc.edu) to request the software to be installed on the lab computers.

I have a question regarding a software?
Please visit the Software Instructions page for instructions on specific software.

Should I bring my own data storage media?
Yes. We strongly recommend that students save their work on their own storage media or attach the files to their emails. Users are strongly advised not to save any files to the lab computers since all stored files are deleted from the lab computers on a regular bases.

Are there other labs on campus?
There is only one open computer lab R 336 at Woodbridge campus. However, there are also computers for students to use in the old cafeteria, and at the library.

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