The Advanced IS Computing Lab is available to UMSL IS students and faculty only.
Always apply normal standards of academic ethics and polite conduct to your use of computing facilities.
Please report any software or hardware problems using either the forms in the Lab or the form available on the Web. Your assistance helps keep the lab in good operation.
Manuals and related materials are not to be removed from the Lab.
The Lab is intended for educational purposes. Use of equipment for a private enterprise is strictly prohibited. Please have respect for the equipment and others around you. Limit personal computing actives as not to interfere with other users wanting to use the facilities for legitimate reasons.
All software available in the Lab is protected by federal copyright law. Copying of proprietary and licensed software is prohibited. Do not copy software from lab computers. Violation of copyright law or licensing agreements may result in un iversity disciplinary action and/or legal action.
Do not install software on Lab computers. Installing non-licensed software on Lab computers would place UMSL in violation of copyright law.
User data files should not be stored on individual machine hard drives, but rather, on floppy disk. Diskettes are not available from the user consultant, but can be purchased in a variety of places, including the campus bookstore.
The Lab telephone is for on-campus and local calls only.
All conditions of the UMSL Rights and Responsibilities Statement hold in this Lab.