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The FAFSA form for Financial Aid must be electronically submitted. Financial Aid is not allowed to accept paper copies. One computer is available for use in the Financial Aid office, but often students end up in our Information Commons to submit the do...
USFSP Computing's Virtual Desktop is available in the library from any wireless network, which includes the library laptops as well as user-owned laptops using the library's wireless network. In order to use this service, point your browser to http://...
MULTIFUNCTION COPIERS & PRINTERS Index of Sections OVERVIEW [1] LIBRARY GENERAL USE GUIDELINES [2] Reimbursements & Staff Use [3] Reimbursement/Staff Use Log [4] Reimbursement: Coin Refund Form [5] RICOH PDF GUIDES [6] WEB INTERFACE ...
Users may be facing difficulty accessing blackboard using Internet Explorer 10 or any other version, this is because Internet Explorer has not fully compensated for all its applications. In order to fix this problem Internet Explorer needs to be made c...
NOTE: Only current students and faculty may obtain remote access to the USF Libraries commercial databases using this process. 1. Logon to https://my.usf.edu (myUSF may also be accessed from the USF Academic Computing page at http://www.acomp.usf....
If a student wants to connect a laptop to the Poynter Corner display, do not disconnect the cable from the back of the display. Instead, look to the left of the display while facing it, and you will see a connector for video (15 pins, SVGA). Disconnect ...
Newer technology available in the Nelson Poynter Library allows USF students, faculty and staff to use either of two networks on multiple devices. The standard USF network connects securely through b,g,or n speeds, with very fast but unencrypted data. ...
If a student inadvertently saves a file from their email by accident (the file is saved to a hidden temp file rather than the standard S: (Student Save)), which happens if they click "open" rather than "save", there is a tricky way to recover the file ...
REGISTERING YOUR MAC ON THE USF WIRELESS NETWORK (ADVANCED) NOTE: YOU MUST HAVE A VALID USF NETID TO ACCESS THE WIRELESS NETWORK 1. Make AirPort is turned on, to turn on simply click Airport Icon on the top and click "Turn AirPort On" 2....
REGISTERING YOUR WINDOWS LAPTOP ON THE USF WIRELESS NETWORK (ADVANCED) NOTE: YOU MUST HAVE A VALID USF NETID TO ACCESS THE WIRELESS NETWORK 1. Make sure your wireless switch is turned on, if your wireless icon has an X, it means that the Wi...
How to create groups in Google Contacts _CLICK ON THE IMAGES TO MAKE THEM LARGER_ * Log onto your USF gmail, and click on "Contacts" on the top left side of the page. [1] * Then click on "New Group" on the left side of the page below "NEW CONTAC...
When creating a new document in Acrobat Pro X (the full version of Acrobat, and not the reader), you can use the MERGE function to join existing PDF documents into a new original. First, open Acrobat Pro X, then click on the large MERGE button: T...
How to set up a Mac computer on the Collaborative Display Macintosh laptops require a Apple VGA adapter in order to plug in to the collaborative display, these adapters are readily available for checkout at the library front desk. The adapter simply...
In the Information Commons, there has been an ongoing issue where large files in the Internet cache (IE7) have to be manually deleted. The result is that when a user tries to log onto the machine, it cannot load a new profile and creates an error. This ha...
The Canon MS 350 Microfilm scanner is attached to a computer in the Public Use Computing area of the library, and is set to return to default settings if the computer is shut down and then powered on. The equipment has a handy worksheet nearby, which can...
Printing Multiple Sheets In the 1st floor information commons, there is an odd behavior that occurs when a user prints, and in the print dialog box selects the “entire work book” radial button, when the document consists of multiple spreadsheets. Spre...
When you print from MS Publisher 2007 (All other Office suite applications are fine), once you get to the prompt to enter your name to print a dialog box appears: "Waiting for printer to respond: [peacock] or [penguin'". If you enter the name and hit ...
The wireless network at the Nelson Poynter Library is centralized with both the USF St. Petersburg and the USF Tampa wireless networks. Centralized management and access is provided by the USF Tampa IT department. This centralized management is based on...
To connect from off-site to library databases, staff and students would ordinarily use NetID to connect through my.usf.edu. For retired faculty, or others who should have access but do not have a NetID, the new proxy website: http://www.lib.usf.edu/libsi...
In the Summer of 2012, Systems implemented a new computing model for the library Information Commons based upon Windows 7 and Office 2010. One significant change in this implementation was the use of browser-based PDF viewing and printing. Both IE and ...
SAVING DOCUMENTS: You may save your files temporarily on the library computers. Click on FILE and then select the SAVE AS option. Browse through the Save in menu and select the Stuent Save (S:) drive; name your file. You will not be able to save the fi...
Directions for using the Scanner and Photoshop can be found adjacent to the computer. However, often students are unable to save files properly because the correct extension is not being appended to the file. The remedy for this is below: Once the im...
The purpose of a USF NetID is to provide access to the following resources and services: Poynter Library, myUSF (Blackboard), e-mail account, University Network Access (UNA) account management site, and USF computer labs. 1. Logon at : https://netid...
With the proliferation of personal wireless laptop computing through smaller "NetBook" class laptops, the popularity of mobile access point technology is increasing. These small, portable access points allow the user to both connect to a broadband ISP, as...
If they are using Google Docs as the portfolio, the problem with embedded images into MS Word files is related to the upload function. When you get to the 'choose file' screen, there is a checkbox that asks if you want to convert the format to Google Docs...
USFSP LIBRARY INFORMATION COMMONS BECOMES SOLE OPEN USE LAB Campus Computing Services (CCS) has closed their only open use computing lab in Bayboro 226 at the end of the spring semester and converted it into a general computing contact helpdesk. All...
Sometimes there can be slowdowns, or freezing of a computer when manipulating documents in Blackboard. If you encounter problems opening documents inside of the browser (Internet Explorer), there are a couple of suggestions that may help: 1) Download ...
Volume issues in the Information Commons usually revolve around settings that have been changed by previous users of the computers. It is possible to right-click on the sound item in the task bar, and then select "Open Volume Control". Once in this cont...
Quick FAQs on Library Wireless Network & Access Points Access Point Lights reveal Status Rapid Green & Blinking The access point is booting up, initializing and loading software. Blinking back and forth between Green & Red The access point is...
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