When faculty log in to any computer on the College network, they have access to the network drive “coursework S:\”. Faculty may copy data files, syllabus or other handouts for their students to this drive. Students, working on campus or in computer labs, can then copy these files to their flash drives or print them out for their use.
Please discourage students from downloading files to the hard drive of a college PC; we cannot guarantee that the files will be maintained due to updates or patches. You should advise students to purchase and use a flash drive. (Please see purchasing guidelines for flash drives or information on using flash drives.)
Faculty: To copy files to the coursework S: Drive simply follow the directions below:
For Windows 7:
For Windows XP:
Departmental Shared Files: If instructors in a department wish to deploy common files to be shared with multiple instructors and course/sections, the department head may add a folder to the Coursework folder, using the course name as the name of the folder being added.
Housekeeping: Faculty should make every attempt to perform housekeeping duties to keep only the files you currently need on your Coursework folder. Remove files you no longer need.
You or your students may not be able to view folders or files on the Coursework drive if you are an administrator or staff person and do not have a “faculty log-in script”. If you are a faculty member and would like to request access on the S: Drive for your students, please send your request by email to the CCAC ServiceDesk.
If your students encounter problems, please refer them to a technician in the Campus Open Lab.
Call the CCAC ServiceDesk at 412.237.8700.