Office locations: Cox College rooms 426 and 427
Hours of operation: 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday – Friday, (hours may change over holiday periods).
Username: Your username is located on the back of your Cox College student name badge. If you do not have your name badge yet email firstname.lastname@example.org to get your username.
Student Computer Labs
Cox College facilities include three general-use computer labs and two medical coding/transcription labs. All lab machines feature Microsoft Office, Internet connectivity and access to CoxHealth library online research materials. In addition, the workstations run computer assisted instruction (CAI) modules used in the various academic programs.
The 3rd floor computer lab located in room 300 has 14 Dell computers all running Windows XP Professional and Microsoft Office.
The 2nd floor student multimedia lab located in room 223 has 20 Dell computers all running Windows XP Professional and Microsoft Office. The other 2nd floor student multimedia lab located in room 226 has 12 Dell computers all running Windows XP Professional and Microsoft Office.
All classrooms feature an instructor PC, DVD/VCR, overhead projector, remote keyboard, remote presentation mouse and Internet access to allow multimedia instruction. Many classrooms have the latest smart board or soft board teaching technology. Cox College continually seeks innovative ways to integrate new technology into instruction.
Each current student is given a user ID, password, email account, and network drive storage. Students are expected to adhere to the computer use guidelines specified in the Student Handbook.
To access the Technology Student Handbook please contact Technology Support Services. Students will receive a copy in their orientation packet. The handbook covers areas such as:
- Password frequently asked questions
- Working with Windows
- The basics of working with Windows XP
- Accessing e-mail
- Protecting your workstation data
- Deleting items
- Login troubleshooting
- Recovering items
- Saving files
- Working with folders
- Cutting, copying and pasting text
- Working with attachments
- Using the clipboard
- Customizing Outlook Web Access (OWA)
- Task pane
- Setting date and time formats
- Smart tags
- Setting reminders for calendar items/tasks
- Save as and open dialog boxes
- Customizing address book searches
- Using help
- Recover Items you have deleted
“Technology in education; A branch of knowledge based on the development and implementation of computers, software, and other technical tools, and the assessment and evaluation of students’ educational outcomes resulting from their use of technology tools”