Due to the pending snow storm, all classes and outside sponsored events have been canceled for Tuesday, March 14, 2017 as the College will be closed.
Henderson Hall - 2nd Floor
Phone: (973) 290-4020
For Moodle assistance, please contact Moodle Help at (973) 290-4044 or email email@example.com.
For assistance with equipment setups and reservations, please contact Lab Aides at (973) 290-4022 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The College of Saint Elizabeth provides a number of technology services through the Office of Information Systems (OIS). We provide a range of academic and administrative support services for the CSE campus community. OIS is comprised of four departments:
The Academic Computing department provides technology, training, resources, technical support and expertise in support of the College's community of learning. We offer a broad range of services for students, faculty, and staff who want to explore multimedia and other digital technology resources.
Academic Computing supports and maintains classroom instructional technologies. There are six general-purpose PC labs, one Macintosh lab, smart classrooms and four special purpose computer labs on campus. General-purpose computer labs are equipped with state of the art computers and laser printers, and are available for student use when classes are not in session. The labs are staffed by trained student Lab Assistants located in Henderson Hall 209. Lab Assistants are on duty during all hours of operation (seven days a week during the Fall and Spring semesters) to assist users with hardware, software, and scanning.
Other services include:
Located at the Lower Level of Santa Rita Hall, the Administrative Computing Department provides support for many of the "back end" administrative applications and databases that the College requires in order to do business. The list of applications includes the student information system, financial aid, the College ID card system, many of the College web-based applications, and student billing systems.
In addition to providing support for these applications and products, the Administrative Computing Department also actively develops new programs to integrate systems on campus and simplify processes, generates reports for academic and administrative departments, and conducts user training on a periodic basis.
Media Services provides academic support services to the CSE college community in the areas of traditional/non-traditional audio-visual equipment, and video/television projects and video conferencing. We are located in the lower level of Mahoney Library.
The department is divided into four main areas:
Network Operations is primarily responsible for the management and support of the data, voice, and server infrastructures that provide the foundation for many critical College systems.
This infrastructure includes:
In addition to the above responsibilities, Network Operations manages the central authentication/identity management system, email systems, network and systems security, remote access, anti-spam/anti-virus services, storage services, and backup services.