Save time and money with 6 IT resources

IT Resources handoutTake note of these technology resources — they’re free, available to everyone at K-State, and just might make your life a little easier. (Other great resources are in the 2010 K-State IT Resources brochure, a PDF printout.)

  1. IT Help Desk

    The first point of contact when K-Staters need help on computer and IT issues. 785-532-7722, walk-in 214 Hale Library, e-mail helpdesk@k-state.edu.

  2. Free printing

    Limited, free laser printing is available (in the InfoCommons and university computing labs) to all students and faculty/staff using their K-State eID and password. $10 is allocated per person each fall and spring semester, and $5 each summer.

  3. Free equipment checkout

    Digital cameras and video camcorders, tripods, projectors, laptops, audio recorders, and other audio and visual equipment may be checked out by faulty/staff and students.

  4. Computing labs and K-State InfoCommons

    University computing labs are open 24 hours a day and require a  K-State eID (guests and visitors have limited access).

  5. Computer repair

    Fee-based computer and peripheral repair services for the campus community and K-Staters’ home computers, including PCs and Macs. Includes maintenance and repair, plus warranty repair and authorized service on Dell and Mac computers. Pick-up and delivery service is available for university departments.

  6. Media Development Center

    This high-end computer lab is for video editing, producing CDs and DVDs, scanning and editing images, developing webpages, creating audio recordings, and more. The center’s Adaptive Technology Lab supports individuals with disabilities.

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