Arts & Sciences Computing

Our Mission

Arts & Sciences Computing provides flexible technology facilities and services to A&S faculty, graduate students, staff and to all undergraduate students. Consistent with the mission of Washington University in St. Louis and Arts & Sciences, the goals of A&S Computing are built around three key questions:

  • What do our faculty and students need to be successful with technology?
  • How can we improve teaching and the ways in which students learn?
  • How can technology support the research mission of Arts & Sciences?

Our Values

  • Integrity
  • Expertise
  • Reliability
  • Communications
  • Flexibility

Our Services

Arts & Sciences Computing provides flexible technology facilities and services to A&S faculty, staff, and students.

Technical Support

Arts & Sciences Computing provides technical support in a variety of areas to Arts & Sciences students, faculty, and staff.

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Web Services

The Arts & Sciences Computing Web Team develops and maintains websites for Departments, Centers, and Programs in Arts & Sciences. Our team works closely with Arts & Sciences Communications to provide accessible sites that conform to the Washington University and Arts & Sciences brands.

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Media, Equipment, and AV Support

Arts & Sciences Computing provides a variety of media and audio-visual equipment available for check-out. Our facilities are on the lower level of Eads Hall in the Creative Lab (formerly the Humanities Digital Workshop), room 007.

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Canvas Support

Canvas offers technical support 24 hours per day, 7 days per week to all faculty, staff, and students. Click the Help button from the Global Navigation Menu to access 24/7 Canvas Support via chat or phone. Help is customized for faculty, staff, and students. You can also review Canvas Guides or report a problem. Additional support is available form Arts & Sciences staff members.

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Faculty & Staff: Find your support rep

Representatives can assist faculty and staff with computer purchases, computer hardware, software installation, and e-mail among other services

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Classrooms & Labs

Arts & Sciences Computing operates five classrooms and two labs which are open to students, faculty, and staff in the College of Arts & Sciences. 

 

Classroom Reservations & Lab Information

Lab hours, printing, & policies

Resources

How To

Still have questions?  Find information for new faculty, staff, and students, email, Box, and web security.

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