The College Computer Services Center (CCSC) is located at the 2nd floor of St. Benedict Building and composed of five computer laboratories and a computer rental called Cybernook. It provides computer laboratory services to the following clientele:
• Students who are officially enrolled in computer class(es)
• Students who are not enrolled but need computer services to meet their academic requirements (e.g. thesis, case studies, statistical programming, etc.)
• Other members of the college academe (e.g. faculty members, administrative staff, support staff, etc.)
The computer laboratories are being used by the following computer classes:
• First Year students – Basic and Applied Computer subjects
• BSIT – Information Technology
• BISM – Business Information Systems Management
• FAID – Fine Arts and Interior Design
• HRM – Hotel and Restaurant Management
• ABMC – Mass Communications
• BSA / BSAct – Accountancy
• BEED – Education
• NSS – Night Secondary School
COLLEGE COMPUTER SERVICES CENTER
St. Scholastica’s College
4th Floor St. Cecilia’s Bldg.
2560 Leon Guinto Street
Philippines / P.O. Box 3135
Phone: (632) 567 – 7686 local 2210
Fax Number: (632) 559 – 6348
This is used in design subjects such as AutoCAD, 3D & 2D Animations. It is equipped with HP Z220 Small Form Factor workstations with Intel Xeon Quad Core processor and NVIDIA Quadro K600 1GB PCIe video card capable of Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) requirements of the software.
This is used in multimedia and web design applications and is equipped with 37 units of HP XW4600 workstations w/ Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400 processor and NVIDIA Quadro FX 1700 512MB PCIe video card to accommodate entry level graphics software requirements.
The laboratory is equipped with 31 units of HP Z200 workstations with Intel Xeon X3430 Quad Core processor and NVIDIA Quadro FX580 512MB graphics card used in editing video and audio applications.
This is used by First Year students enrolled in Basic Computer and Applied Computer (GE and GBE) subjects. It is also used for programming and software language applications. It has 41 units of HP Z210 SFF workstations with Intel Core I7 processor and NVIDIA Quadro NVS 295 video card.
Together with CompLab B211, this computer laboratory serves the programming, Basic and Applied Computer subjects of the college students. It has 42 units of Dell Vostro 260 2nd generation MT Intel Core i5 processor and DVD+/-RW drive.
Computer rentals for internet, typing and multimedia (21 units)
This is the computer rentals facility of the College Unit where services include the use of computer for Internet, typing, printing, graphics and video editing, CD burning, scanning, etc.
• Adobe Production Premium (31 licenses)
-After Effects, Premiere Pro, Photoshop Extended, Illustrator, Flash Pro, Soundbooth, Encore, Adobe Bridge, Device Central, Acrobat Connect, Dynamic Link, Onlocation, Adobe Ultra
• Adobe Design Premium (36 licenses)
-Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Flash Professional, Acrobat Pro, Adobe Bridge, Version Cue, Device Central , Stock Photos, Adobe Connect
• Adobe Authorware 7.0 (15 licenses)
• Autodesk AutoCAD / Revit Architecture (7 licenses)
• Corel Draw Graphics Suite X5 (15 licenses)
• MAYA 7.0 (40 licenses)
• Peachtree Accounting Premium (1 license)
The College Computer Services Center (CCSC) is in-charge of the supervision of the Computer Laboratories of the College Unit and serves as the venue to enhance IT teaching and learning processes.
In order to continue to provide quality service and maintenance of these laboratories, the following rules, policies and guidelines are set out for everybody to observe:
Computer Laboratory Guidelines
• No Teacher, No Entry beyond class time and without faculty endorsement
• Use of computer laboratory beyond official time with or without faculty supervision
- Reservation forms signed by the faculty concerned should be submitted to the CCSC for approval
- A faculty can request for more than 2 hours of use on a case to case basis and is held accountable
for all the computer units and peripherals inside the laboratory
• Students are requested to maintain cleanliness and orderliness of the laboratory rooms at all times
• Eating and drinking are strictly prohibited
• CCSC is not liable for lost belongings
• Use of cellular phones during computer classes is not allowed
• Damage, defect, loss or vandalism of the computer units should be reported immediately
• Damage or loss due to vandalism or improper use shall be charged to the student and, as the case may be, to the professor responsible for the negligence.
• Students are required to save their files in the server because each class has its own “folder”.
• Flash Drives / CDs not intended for laboratory use are strictly prohibited especially those that contain games and pornographic materials.
• The following are unethical actions prohibited inside the Computer Laboratory:
- Playing computer games, surfing streaming videos and audios without the teacher’s permission
- Use of teacher’s unit and all the devices connected to it (multimedia projector, speakers) without permission
- Using the messengers and/or the instant messenger through PCs
- Changing the wallpaper and/or the screen saver of any computer unit
- Any case which will prompt the user to enter a password
- Writing any obscene language using the screen saver of any computer
- Installing programs and/or software without informing the Computer Center
- Tampering of computer identification number
- Swapping or disconnecting of monitors, keyboards, mouse and network cables
- Vandalism of any form
• The Cybernook operates from 7:30 am until 5:00 pm daily with NO LUNCH BREAK.
• Computer use is on a first-come, first-served basis. The seat is available only to one user at a time.
• Cybernook is a self-service laboratory. Students who wish to work are expected to know the basic computer operations. However, they may ask assistance from CCSC staff if technical problems occur.
• Students need to sign the log book and surrender their IDs before entering the Cybernook. They will be given a tag that indicates the computer number and the time they enter
• Boisterous conversations, laughter and noise which may cause distraction to fellow users should be avoided.
• EATING and DRINKING are not allowed.
• Students are allowed to save their files TEMPORARILY in S:\ drive or the Cybernook drive. Scheduled clean up of this drive is every weekend. Students are advised to save their files in their personal disks or flash drives after virus check or clean up.
• Diskettes, flash disks, etc. should be free of virus/es or it will be automatically deleted by our virus detector.
• Report any problem (network and internet connections, defective peripherals) to the CCSC staff for isolation and repair.
• Reservation should be at least a day before the actual date of use
• First-come, first-served basis and upon availability
• Reservation should be on a monthly basis only or as needed. No verbal request will be entertained.
• The “Request for Services” form should be properly accomplished and signed by the requesting faculty or students (with the approval of the professor) and should be returned to the Center. In the absence of the professor, the Department Chair or Coordinator can sign the request.
• If there are any changes in the time or venue of the set-up, faculty should inform the College Computer Services Center (CCSC) staff at least a day before the actual date of use to facilitate the request. Transferring the equipment(s) to another location without notifying CCSC or ICTO is not allowed.
• Only the faculty or student who made the reservation can cancel it.
• Requests beyond usual services (i.e. computer program or application installation, specific hardware or software needs and the like) should be requested, at least a week before the actual date of use, to Mr. Andrew Ambubuyog, Information and Communications Technology Manager. The College Computer Services Center should be provided a copy of the request.
• Set-up and pull-out of presentation equipment (multimedia projector and computer) should be done only by the ICTO personnel.