Adobe CS6 Master Collection:
Photoshop Extended CS6
Acrobat X Pro for Creative Suite
Flash Professional CS6
Adobe Premier Pro CS6
After Effects CS6
Adobe Audition CS6
Adobe Prelude CS6
Media Encoder CS6
Cisco Jabber C 10.6
Cisco VPN Client (enables secure access to remote resources)
Endnote X7 (research/bibliography software)
Respondus (Exam creation and management)
Sanako Student Recorder
GC has implemented the use of Infocus LiteShow4 branded as Technology Enhanced Collaboration (TEC) on the wall control in the classroom. TEC allows several devices to connect.
TEC is available in the following classrooms:
A&S 115,138, 140, 165, 167, 236, 238, 240, 242, 251, 270, 272, 274, 275, 336, 338, 342, 348, 364, 366, 368 and 370
Atkinson 106, 107, 108 and 109
Ennis Hall 20, 105 and 217
Health Sciences 202,207 and 300
Herty Hall 249, 250, 252, 304 and 308
Kilpatrick 125, 224, 226 and 227
West Campus 101
TEC Instructions Updated (PDF)
The Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) includes provisions to reduce illegal sharing of copyrighted material through peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing. HEOA requires institutions to:
- Make an annual disclosure to students that the illegal distribution of copyrighted material may subject them to criminal and civil penalties and describes the steps the institution will take to detect and punish illegal distribution of copyrighted materials
- Certify that the university has developed plans to effectively combat the unauthorized distribution of copyrighted material including the use of one or more technology-based deterrents
- Offer legal alternatives to illegal file sharing to the extent practical
- Identify procedures for periodically reviewing the effectiveness of the plans to combat the unauthorized distribution of copyrighted materials.
Georgia College uses a wide variety of methods to inform students about copyright laws, including:
- Each year the Office of Information Security at Georgia College sends out an email to all student email accounts regarding copyright laws and campus policies related to violating copyright laws.
- All students are required to adhere to practices stated in the “General Acceptable Use of Technology Policy”. All residential students must also adhere to the practices stated in the “RESNET Acceptable Use Policy”. Both policies are published in the GC Policy Manual and posted on the University’s website.
Plan to Combat Unauthorized Distribute of Copyrighted Material
Georgia College uses several technology-based deterrents to combat the unauthorized distribution of copyrighted materials, including:
- GC utilizes Packet Shaping that allows the campus to ensure smooth flow of content to and from the internet with the ability to prioritize traffic based upon need or policy. This technology also allows for Dynamic Partitioning which gives the network administrator the ability to isolate large bandwidth users and abusers. When a high-bandwidth consumption is observed, the user is contacted to ensure that the purpose of usage is legitimate.
- GC limits identifiable P2P traffic to only a very small percentage of the overall network capacity making it slow enough to be a deterrent.
- GC blocks all known illegal P2P traffic.
- GC’s policies and procedures concerning HEOA and copyrighted material are published on the University’s web site. If the University receives a complaint that a user is redistributing copyrighted material, the user’s Internet access will be blocked until the complaint is resolved. If the University receives continued complaints about a single user, the user’s Internet access will be blocked and they’ll be referred to the University disciplinary system for appropriate action.
Alternative Sources for Material
There are many legal sources to obtain copyrighted material such as music and movies. They have a wide range of business models; some are free and some charge a nominal fee. The Motion Picture Association of America (www.mpaa.org) maintains an up-to-date list of legal sources for this material.
Beginning in 2012-2013 and periodically thereafter GC staff will survey faculty, staff, and students to assess the extent to which our anti-piracy messages are reaching them.
Technology Support Services will provide technology quotes for faculty and staff wishing to purchase technology for university business. As required by Board of Regents policy, the CIO must review all technology purchase request prior to processing. To receive a current quote for desktop, laptop (Dell or Apple) or to have quote created for other technology components, please send your request to techquote with the details of what you wish to purchase. You will receive a response within one business day Monday - Friday.
If you need to speak with someone concerning a technology quote, please contact Serve at 478-445-7378.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephones provide quicker resolution for technical issues in the classroom and provide immediate access to Public Safety. The phone features two buttons: Serve and Public Safety. This initiative was funded by the Student Technology Fee.
Press either the Serve or Public Safety button respectively for a speakerphone call. If you lift the handset, you will automatically be connected to the Serve. To privately contact Public Safety you will need to press the button first and then lift the handset. The dial pad is disabled as the classroom phones are in a closed system using the Georgia College network. Contact Serve for more information at Serve@gcsu.edu or call 7378.