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  • Free Computer Training For Students 

    All of you are invited! Take advantage of Free Computer Workshops offered by ISMD's Training Team. No Registration Required, Please show up on set date and time.

    We are always working to improve our services, help us by completing this short survey, after you've attended one of our workshops.






  • Lab Schedule




  • Computer Labs

    Study Hall (B-333)


    • 200 Dell Optiplex 780 PC's
    • 12 27" iMacs 
    • 2 Stations equipped for people with disabilities 
    • 3 Scanner stations, 1 connected to an iMac,
      2 connected to the Dell PCs 
    • 2 Release Stations connected to 4 printers

    Library Computing Center (E-101)


    • 84 Dell Optiplex 780 PC's
    • 6 27" iMacs 
    • 2 Stations equipped for people with disabilities 
    • 4 Quick Print Release Stations
    • 2 Release Stations connected to 4 printers


  • Student Access


    All Students currently taking classes at LaGuardia Community College have access to these Open Labs. To access them, you must login using your Live@LaGuardia username (FirstName.LastName) and password. Your password is your CUNYfirst ID (EMPLID) and the last two digits of the year you were born. For example, if your CUNYfirst ID is 01234567 and you were born in 1993, then your Campus Password is: 0123456793. If you are having trouble logging on please speak to a technician in the area. You can look up your username and CUNYfirst ID .


    Alumni Access


    Alumni must go to the Bursar Office and purchase an Alumni Printer Pages card. Instructions on how to register for access to these Open Labs can be found on the back of the card.


    Requesting Access


    If you are taking Continuing Education classes, a Readmit Student, Second Degree Student, or Middle College/International H.S.Student here at LaGuardia Community College, please fill out this ONLINE REQUEST .
    It will take 4 to 5 business days to process your request for an account with access.  



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    For scholarly research purposes, please visit the Library website.


  • Software

    Office 365

    • Cloud-based email and calendars powered by Microsoft Exchange Online
    • 1TB of Storage Space per User
    • Office 365 Cloud-Based Web Apps (Word, Excel, Powerpoint and OneNote)
    • Better Collaboration (Chat and Presence)
    • Improved Mobile Access - Support for iOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone
    • Keep Your Account Even After You Graduate

    Important Note: LaGuardia and CUNY no longer administer your personal Office 365 / OneDrive account. As a result, we cannot reset the password for you. Please click here to reset the password for your personal account.

    You can set up your existing Office desktop applications like Word 2010, Outlook 2010, or Outlook 2007 to work with Office 365. Use Office 365 desktop setup to configure your desktop applications and install required updates. Before you run Office 365 desktop setup, be sure that your computer meets the software requirements for Office 365.
    1. Click here to go to the LaGuardia’s Office 365

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    2. Login with your current LaGuardia E-mail account user name and password.

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    3. On my E-Tools section, click on the email icon

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    4. In the upper-right corner, click Settings > Office 365 Settings

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    5. Click Software

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    6. Click on Desktop setup.

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    7. On the Desktop setup page, click Set up.

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    8. When you’re asked if you want to save the application, click save, and then follow the instructions to install.

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    9. * During setup, you’ll sign in again with your user ID.
    10. * Office 365 desktop setup checks your system configuration, and you’ll see options for configuring your desktop applications. You can also learn more about the updates that the desktop setup installs.

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    Notes:
    • If some applications have shaded check boxes, they’re not available for you to select, perhaps because your admin hasn’t set up your account to use them with Office 365. Or your computer may not have the applications installed.
    • * After you select your desktop applications, click Continue to finish up.
    • * When the desktop setup finishes, you may need to restart your computer.
    • When you login for the first time to your Office 365 for Education account, you may be asked to accept terms and conditions. You may also be asked to run the Setup Quick Start. Click here for fore information about Office 365

    1. Click on Phone & Tablet

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    2. Choose your device

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    3. Click on get apps

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    Note: Use similar steps to download Office 365 in your other smart devices.


    Matematica


    Mathematica provides a single integrated, continually expanding system that covers the breadth and depth of technical computing


    CUNY Virtual Desktop


    Remotely access your software anytime, anywhere! Click here for more info.

  • Live@LaG Print


    Students, faculty and staff may print in campus computer labs. In Open Computing Area labs where users login, just click print then retrieve your document(s) from a release station when you are ready to pickup the document(s). In academic computer labs and quick print stations, users will need to enter there credentials after clicking print. The document will print immediately. Faculty and staff login with their LaGuardia Email account and students login using their Open Computing Area accounts.


    PrintAnywhere Icon

    LaGuardia PrintAnywhere is an extension of Live@LaG Print, offering students a quick way to print from personal devices. You can print from any iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad running iOS 6 or higher; from Android devices running Android KitKat or higher, or those that have installed the Google Cloud Print app; or from any personal laptop.



    • How do I connect my device to print?

      First, you must connect your device to LaGuardia's WiFi network. After you have done this, you can follow the device specific setup guides below.
    • Will I be charged extra for printing with LaGuardia PrintAnywhere?

      LaGuardia PrintAnywhere is an extension of Live@LaG Print, the cost for print jobs remains the same. All printed documents are charged to your general use or paid print balances. If you have depleted your balance, you may purchase additional pages from the Bursar, room C110.
    • Can I really print anywhere?

      Sort of. With LaGuardia PrintAnywhere, you can print from anywhere on campus, as long as you are connected and authenticated to the LaGuardia WiFi network.
    • Where can I go if I'm having trouble connecting my device?

      You can get assistance from the technicians in the College's open labs, the Study Hall (B333) and the Library Open Computer Lab (E101).
    • Connecting Your Device

      Select your device from the list below to get started
    • LaGuardia PrintAnywhere Document Release Stations

      You can retrieve documents printed to the LaGuardia PrintAnywhere printer from any printer or print release station displaying the LaGuardia PrintAnywhere Logo. To release directly to a printer without going to a print release station, you will need the LaGuardia mobile app for iOS or Android. Tap the PrintAnywhere icon in the app, then tap PrintAnywhere Release. You will need to enter the 5 digit code displayed next to the LaGuardia PrintAnywhere logo on the printer you would like to release your documents to. All documents printed to the LaGuardia PrintAnywhere printer are charged to your general use or paid print balances, even in academic computer classrooms.  PrintAnywhere release stations are located in the Study Hall (B333) and the Library Open Computer Lab (E101).
    • Get the mobile app to Print Anywhere

      LaGuardia PrintAnywhere for Android and iOS is only accessible through the LaGuardia mobile app! Download the LaGuardia mobile app from the App Store or Google Play.
    1. What is Live@LaG Print and why did LaGuardia implement it?
      Live@LaG Print is a print management system that reports, monitors and controls network printing for the labs and classrooms. The print management idea was originally brought to our attention after years of a large amount of wasted paper, toner and printing resources.

      Did you know: LaGuardia was amongst the last CUNY colleges to implement a print management system.

    2. What is my initial general use print balance?
      Each student is provided with a general use balance of 400 pages per semester. This balance is for both Session I and Session II. We will review printing statistics and feedback during each semester and adjust the initial balance accordingly to accommodate academic printing needs. In most labs, the cost is two pages per sheet of paper, regardless of if you print on both sides of the page.
    3. Will I be charged for going over my print balance?
      No. However, if you exhaust your balance, you may purchase additional pages from the Bursar. $1 will purchase an additional 100 pages.
    4. How can I check my balance?
      You can check your balance by visiting https://liveprint.laguardia.edu
    5. Does my general use balance rollover to the next semester if I don’t use it all?
      No, remaining balances in your general use account will be reset to 400 pages at the beginning of each semester.
    6. Can I share my balance with others?
      No. Transfers of unused balances are not allowed.
    7. My teacher asks me to print a lot of pages for class. Will those still count against me?
      It depends. If you are in an Open Computing Area lab like the Library or Study hall, all pages will be deducted from your general use balance. If you print from an academic lab, it will come out of a special daily balance allotment that is provided for class time printing. This balance is reset to 30 pages daily.
    8. Will pages that I purchase be carried over from semester to semester?
      Yes, the balance in your paid account will be carried over to the next semester. However if you are not enrolled for classes for more than 6 months, the remaining balance is considered surrendered..
    9. Do different majors or years get more pages for their balances?
      No, all students begin with the same balance at the beginning of the semester.
    10. Do different majors or years get more pages for their balances?
      No, all students begin with the same balance at the beginning of the semester.
    11. Do color print jobs cost me more pages than printing in black & white?
      Color printing is not currently offered.
    12. What does “Cancelled at the release station” mean?
      It means that you or a technician cancelled the print job at a release station.
    13. Is the general use print balance the same for faculty and staff ?
      No. Faculty and staff general use accounts are reset to 30 pages daily. This balance will not rollover and will not accumulate more than 30 pages. All other policies apply to students, faculty and staff.
    14. Where can faculty and staff print?
      Faculty and staff may print in the Faculty and Staff computer resource lab, located in room E-256.
    15. I'm a faculty member and I need to print my course materials for my entire class, where can I do this?
      All course related materials including exams, handouts, course outlines and syllabi must be printed by the Print Shop. Submit your course materials to your department for the print order.
    16. I'm not a current LaGuardia student, am I allowed to print?
      No. Printing is only available for students who are registered for classes in the current semester.
    17. Can I print from my own device?
      Yes, printing from personal devices is now supported! Visit LAGCC - PrintAnywhere for details and instructions!

    • Minimize printing multiple copies of print jobs (Copy machines are available in the Library and the C-building lobby).
    • Print jobs must be 30 pages or less, Live@LaG Print will automatically deny documents that are more than 30 pages. This helps to make sure that everyone gets their print job in a timely fashion.
    • Use only the paper provided in the computer labs. If you need to print on special paper, see a lab technician.
    • The printing of envelopes, transparencies or mailing labels are prohibited in labs.
    • When printing large documents from the web, use Print Preview to print only those pages you need rather than the entire document.
    • When printing PowerPoint presentations print three - six slides to a page to minimize paper consumption. Lab technicians can assist you with this.
    • Documents printed in Open Computing Areas are held in the cloud and can be picked up at any release station by swiping your LaG ID Card or entering your Live@LaG username and password.
    • Release stations are currently available in the Library and Study Hall.
    • Please report any printer problems immediately to a technician.
    • Specialty computer labs, such as the ePortfolio, Library Media Resources, and SGA Study Hall labs provide users with special balances that are only available for use within those labs. These balances do not carry over into the general use account and are ineligible for usage in any other lab.


  • Support

    Student Support


    B-127 offers the following types of support to all LaGuardia students: Blackboard, CUNYfirst, CUNY Portal, Degreeworks, My LaGuardia, Student email, WiFi login, Office 365, CUNY Virtual Desktop


    (HETS) Hispanic Educational Technology Services


    LaGuardiaCommunity College is proud to present its new found affiliation with HETS. The Hispanic Educational Technology Services provides our fellow LaGuardia students with a Family College Planning Center. This service allows students to acquireinformation on over 4000 accredited schools, as well as scholarship information, online practice tests and much more. Follow The steps below and take a look at one of the many things we have to offer:

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    Click on Testing & Education Reference Center.

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    Choose desired Course from College Prep Menu.