Faculty & Staff Computing
DEPARTMENTAL TECHNOLOGY PURCHASES
Hardware/software request procedures and forms are available on the Financial Resources page. The State of North Carolina requires that we purchase computers from a set of standard approved models and through the University’s Marketplace portal. You can view the Education IT recommended computer purchasing information including models and pricing on the College of Education Intranet Computer Purchasing page.
CCTC (TECH FEE) PURCHASES
The College Computer and Technology Committee accepts purchase proposals from Education and Psychology faculty for instructional student-use technologies.
Technology Home Use and Relocation
Faculty, staff and students who receive departmental approval to remove equipment from the campus for use at home must digitally sign a NC State Equipment Tracking Home Use Authorization Form (NC State Form CA-2). A digital CA-2 form must also be filled out for portable equipment such as laptops and tablets. Education IT will prepare and send this document to you when you take possession of this equipment.
When relocating equipment within Poe Hall or to/from the Friday Institute, please notify the Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org
Network File Services
A number of network file services are available to NC State faculty and staff for use as storage, backup space, course lockers, file distribution services, etc.
UNITY AFS LOCKERS
AFS is the distributed file space system used by OIT to provide network accessible file storage for course and project lockers, as well as web hosting.
In addition, all NC State students, faculty and staff have a personal AFS Home where they can store up to 350MB of data for free (additional space can be rented). AFS Home space is sometimes referred to as one’s “K Drive” because when logging into a Windows Unity Station one’s personal AFS Home is automatically mapped to K:.
AFS Home lockers are accessible from any computer with an Internet connection and a Secure FTP (SFTP) client like ExpanDrive.
The College’s shared network-attached storage space (frequently referred to as “CED Share” or “the O: drive) contains departmental folders, individual home folders, and research folders for faculty and staff in Education and Psychology.
Most Windows computers in Poe Hall automatically map O: and/or H: to CED Share. Users who wish to connect to CED Share from their Windows or Mac OS X laptops or home computers can find instructions below.
Connecting to CED Share from Windows & Mac
Details for connecting to the College and Departmental file shares can be found on the College of Education Intranet
Instructions for Accessing Shared Files
CLASSROOM COMPUTER LABS
Poe 417 is our instructional computing lab and is available for scheduling courses requiring desktop computing resources. You can request to schedule this room using the form below.
CLASSTECH SMART CLASSROOMS
A list of 110 Classrooms in Poe Hall that are equipped as ClassTech Smart Classrooms can be found online. Training manuals are also provided for highlighted rooms.