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Textbooks (for your work as a TA)

See the CS Graduate Secretary in the Graduate Office in LWSN 1137.

Supplies and Duplication Services (for your work as a TA)

See Pam Graf in the mail room in LWSN 1151.

CS Computing Resources

Computer accounts

You should not have to do anything to obtain computer accounts for your students. If you have questions, ask your supervisor. Auditors are not to be given accounts without the authorization of the assistant to the head of the department.

Problems with classrooms

You should report problems with your classroom (e.g. no light in overhead projector, broken furniture, lack of chalk, lack of erasers, uncomfortable temperature) to the building deputy of the building in which the classroom is located. The buildings and their deputies are listed in the Purdue Telephone Directory and are also available from the Purdue operator (494-4600).

Information Technology at Purdue (ITaP)

ITaP offers a variety of training opportunities with instructional and multimedia technologies for faculty and staff. Workshop topics include WebCT, Digital Imaging, and Web Design among other services.

Center for Instructional Excellence (CIE)

The Center for Instructional Excellence supports instructional design, research, and development; teaching and learning workshops; and assessment and evaluation of teaching and learning.

Office of the Dean of Students (ODOS)

The mission of the Office of the Dean of Students is to provide services and programs that enable and encourage students to achieve success in their intellectual and personal development at Purdue and elsewhere.

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