Students, faculty, and staff may request projectors, faculty loaner laptop, and the use of the portable Smartboard at the downtown campus.
Students, faculty, and staff may request projectors, laptops, screens, PA systems, and microphones for a class or program presentation.
Lakehead University has a single-sign on authentication system. Users have a single username and password for most systems on campus including myEmail, myInfo (WebAdvisor), myCourseLink, Library Proxy, wireless network and Active Directory (computer labs and workstations).
The TSC is responsible for computer classrooms on campus and the staff and servers that support them. The type and location of the computing and storage resources available changes from year to year as new systems are introduced.
The libraries have an assortment of equipment and accessories for short-term loan, including laptops, laptop and phone chargers, dongles, calculators, cameras, camcorders, tripods, green screens and more.
The libraries have an assortment of equipment and accessories for short-term loan, including laptops, laptop and phone chargers, connector cables, calculators, cameras, camcorders, tripods, green screens and more.
Print from mobile devices, including: Windows, Mac OSX, iOS (Apple), Android, and Chrome OS.
TSC Helpdesk, located on the main floor of the Paterson Library, is able to print large format posters. We recommend using Microsoft Power Point or Publisher to create your poster as these programs will allow large page sizes. Posters should be submitted no later than 48 hours before they are needed.
TSC has a number of Xerox multi-function systems available throughout our campuses. These systems offer printing in monochrome or colour(only certain models), paper available is Letter(8.5"x11"), Legal(11"x14") and Tabloid(14"x17") scanning, and photocopying.
The Lakehead University Virtual Reality Environment (LUVRE) is located in ATAC 5040, and contains imaging technology for instruction and research.
Windows is a Computer Operating System from Microsoft which is widely used on campus. The most current version in use is Windows 10, this is installed on all PC lab computers and PC walk up computing stations.