Equipment should be used for classroom assignments only.
Computers are available on a first come first serve basis.
Children are not allowed to use computers.
Students are to supply their own headphones for sound.
Pets are not allowed except for Service Dogs.
Students need to show consideration for other students around them by:
Keeping noise to a minimum
Using one workstation per person
Keeping backpacks out of the walkways
Reporting problems with computers and/or printers
A valid login may be used for assigned purposes only. Sharing access with others is not permitted.
All downloading and saving must be to a removable memory device.
Installing any software or games on the computers is prohibited.
Directions must be followed when given by any staff personnel concerning equipment/facilities or student conduct.
Do not leave belongings unattended.
Internet Use Policy
The rules and restrictions concerning Internet use must be followed where applicable. The following activities are not allowed:
Transmitting unsolicited information, which contains profane language or panders to bigotry, sexism, or other forms of discrimination
Using the Internet to gain unauthorized access to any computer
Engaging in personal attacks: writing bullying, intimidating, threatening or harassing entries.
Making threats (directed towards others or yourself) without expecting the recipients of those threats, the college, and the police to consider them real.
Transmitting information that contains obscene, indecent, lewd or lascivious material or other material that explicitly or implicitly refers to sexual conduct. This includes displaying such material where other individuals could potential view it.
Inappropriate mass mailing, which includes multiple mailing to newsgroups, mailing lists, or individuals, e.g. "spamming", ‘flooding", or "bombing".
Attempts by students to obtain, manipulate, delete or change the contents of another user's files, passwords, etc., are regarded as infractions of the January 1980 California Computer Crime Penal Code (Senate Bill No. 66). Attempts to "break" the operating system constitute a felony under this law.