Submitted by villavicenciog on Tue, 2019-12-10 20:04
Yes. At the New Westminster Campus, on the main floor, there are power outlets on the wall by the Library Lab, the Learning Centre and in the preview rooms. On the upper level, there are outlets by the study carrels, along the windows, and in the study rooms. At Coquitlam, power outlets are located at the bottom of pillars and under study carrels along the walls.
Submitted by villavicenciog on Tue, 2019-12-10 19:59
Yes. Laptops may be borrowed by Douglas college students and employees. Our Laptops Available box displays laptop availability at each campus in real time. The loan period is 24 hours though some exceptions may apply. Please note that wireless printing from laptops is not available.
Submitted by villavicenciog on Tue, 2019-12-10 19:58
Yes. Wireless computing is available throughout the College at both campuses and Anvil Centre. The login process is the same as accessing a desktop computer: your username is your student number and your password is the same as your network account password.
Visitors from other academic institutions participating in the "Eduroam" network may login into eduroam Wi-Fi using their campus credentials.
There is no wireless printing available at this time.
Submitted by villavicenciog on Tue, 2019-12-10 19:57
Yes. Computers are located on the main floor at both campuses and Microsoft Office 2016 is available at all workstations except those few reserved for library catalogue searching. See the complete list of installed software.
Submitted by villavicenciog on Tue, 2019-12-10 19:55
Yes. Student computer labs are available for use on the 5th and 6th floors at the New Westminster Campus and on the 2nd floor at the Coquitlam Campus. At New Westminster, room 6212 is an open lab that is always available for students to use during lab operating hours. See the full list of available labs » You may also borrow a laptop at the Circulation Desk.
We would like to acknowledge that Douglas College campuses, where we live, learn, work and play, are located on the unceded traditional territories of the Coast Salish Peoples of the QayQayt and Kwikwetlem First Nations.