A shared network folder has been set aside on the Carr server
specifically for saving and retrieving student assignments
(voice recordings, documents, or any type of file), and
for posting course related files prepared in advance for
use in the labs. Instructors have persmission to create, delete, and
modify subfolders and files from the Instructor Workstation
ONLY, which is located at the front of the classroom. In
order to manipulate folders, Instructors must logon to this
computer with the username and password provided by the
lab technician. Faculty may also be eligible for personalized
network logons provided they are located on the same network
domain. To prepare an area for students to save their assignments,
follow the instructions below:
.Open Windows Explorer from the Start Menu by clicking on START/PROGRAMS/ACCESSORIES/WINDOWS EXPLORER,
or by using the Windows Key (located between Ctrl & Alt) + the letter E.
A series of drive letters will be visible on the left
hand side (you may need to expand the list of folders
by clicking the + sign beside My Computer) - each containing
subfolders for the various departments using the labs
for teaching. The drive letters and course folders can
ONLY be created or deleted by a lab technician. To request
a folder please contact Mark Austerberry at email@example.com.
Subfolders for courses that already exist can
be created or deleted by the instructor. For example,
a TA who's teaching FSL161 can create a subfolder inside
FSL161 for their course section i.e. Section L0101,
or WR2-4. To create a new subfolder inside a
course folder click on File/New/Folder
In order to delete subfolders or files: highlight the
list of files using the left mouse button, then click
with the right mouse button overtop of the highlighted
files. Scroll down to the Delete option and press the
left mouse button.
All Teaching Assistants and Faculty members are responsible
for backing up and creating a CD copy of any data located
in their designated folders, and for deleting old files
when they are no longer required. Please be aware that
the shared network drive is subject to lab maintenance
and all files will be cleared out on a regular basis.
It is your responsibility to make sure important data
is retrieved and the lab technician cannot be held liable
for any lost data.
For assistance with creating AUDIO or DATA CD's from
the instructor workstation, please refer to the Recording
with Roxio section.