Computing Skills

Graduate students are expected to have the computing skills necessary to support their basic academic needs or to self-identify and learn these skills as they are needed.  Students who need help with computer skills are directed to appropriate resources.  Though this is not an exhaustive list, it is helpful if students are comfortable using:  Mac or PC operating systems, Gmail, word-processing, basic spreadsheet manipulation, slide presentation, basic computer file management, internet search engines, digital library resources.

All courses are listed in Sakai, Antioch University’s learning management system and this is where students will find course syllabi and class assignments.  Sakai is optimized for mobile use and can be accessed via smart-phone or tablet, as well as a computer.  A small number of computers are available for student use on campus.  All students are required to have access to a computer; a personal laptop is strongly recommended.

 

 

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