2010-2011 Undergraduate Catalog 
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2010-2011 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Information Technologies and Media Services


The Information Technologies Department provides technology services on the Malone campus.

The Malone Computer Network for Students

Every Malone University student is provided with a network account. This account provides access to a student email account, online courses, data storage drives, printing, and personal student data via Malone Xpress.

Malone Xpressis an online resource for class registration, posted grades, bills payment, class schedules, and financial information. This information can be viewed anywhere from which internet access is available using a Malone network login.

Each residence hall room has a computer network connection port for each desk in the room.

Wireless internet access is available in most residence halls and classrooms with the goal of complete campus coverage in the near future.

Technology Resources for Students on Campus

Computer labs (Windows and Macintosh operating systems) are located in the following areas on campus:

  • Main floor of Cattell Library (Windows)
  • Lower level of Cattell Library (Windows)
  • Lower level of Cattell Library (Macintosh with specialized graphic and multimedia applications)
  • Regula Hall (Windows with specialized Nursing applications)
  • Timken Science Hall (Windows)
  • Johnson Center (Macintosh with specialized Fine Arts applications)

Commuter students may use any of the computers in the library or computer labs to access network resources.

The Help Desk serves as a centralized point of contact to assist with technological issues. The Help Desk is located on the lower level of the Cattell Library. Technology requests may be placed by calling 330.471.8428, sending an email to helpdesk@malone.edu, or by logging into the web-based Help Desk system at www.malone.edu/helpdesk.

Media Services provides technical support for all classrooms and on-campus events. The Media Services office is located on the lower level of the Cattell Library. Video cameras, digital cameras, laptop computers, projectors, and other types of audio-visual equipment can be signed out for classroom presentations and assignments.