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Instructional Computing Facility
The instructional computing staff is happy to assist faculty and students with any questions or problems you have with ICF software, equipment, or courseware applications. Walk-In User Assistance
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ICF Ofice, Kresge room LL-19a.
- Staff assistance is available from Monday-Friday 8:00AM-4:30PM.
- Student User Assistants are on duty Monday and Wednesdays 10-5, and also available for SAS and STAT tutoring by appointment.
Erin Provensal, Instructional Technologist
Phone: (617) 432-2580
Instructional Computing Facility Software
The following software is available for student use in ICF computer labs:
- Acrobat Reader and Professional
- ArcGIS v10.01
- Berkeley Madonna v8.3
- CalPUFF Pro v7.12
- ConTEXT v0.98
- EndNote vX5
- EpiInfo v3.5 and v7.1
- Ghostscript v9.06
- Google Earth v7.0
- GSView v5
- Insightful Miner v8
- JMP Pro v10
- LaTeX and TeX software (various)
- MikTeX v2.9
- MLwiN v2.25
- MS Office 2010
- PolicyMaker v4.0
- PuTTY v0.62
- Python v3.2
- Quantum GIS v1.8
- R v3
- RStudio v0.97
- Salford Predictive Mining v6.6
- SAM v4
- SAS v9.3
- SaTScan v9.1
- S-Plus v8
- SPSS v21
- Stata v11
- StatTransfer v11
- Sudaan v11
- Tinn-R v2.3
- TurningPoint 2008
- WinSCP v5.1
Other general-use software, or custom timeframe licensed software is not included in this list; please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. Instructors may request additional teaching software for the student lab image, within certain limits. Please contact email@example.com for additional information. Software requests/updates can only be accommodated several times per year, prior to the Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer academic periods.
Printing in the ICF lab rooms
All ICF computers connect to high-speed printers. Printed output is double-sided by default, and multiple-pages-per-side printing can be requested on a job-by-side basis. We encourage you to use these features in order to conserve paper.
We have recently switched to Crimson Cash (Pharos) printing for all student lab printers. Students have an initial printing quota of 500 free pages, and can add additional pages to their account by visiting cash.harvard.edu or by adding money at the kiosk located by the cafeteria. For more information on Pharos printing including instructions and FAQs, please visit our website at http://hsph.me/pharos.
Harvard Software and Hardware Sales
Software and Hardware may be purchased through Harvard’s University Information Technology department:
SAS for Harvard Student, Faculty and Staff Use on a personally-owned computer. With the closing of Harvard Technology Products and Services, SAS is no longer available to purchase for use on a personally-owned computer. SAS provides SAS University Edition and SAS OnDemand for Academics for educational use. Please follow this link for a comparison of the offerings: http://www.sas.com/en_us/offers/14q1/122603-sas-for-academia/overview.html
SAS is available for install on HSPH owned computers and laptops at no charge. Please email the IT Helpdesk, firstname.lastname@example.org, to request the installer.
Stata can also be purchased directly from the Stata website for the same academic price:
iSites Courseware Support
Many courses post information, including the syllabus, homework assignments, and lecture slides on course websites that can be accessed through http://my.hsph.harvard.edu. You will need to provide your full 8-digit Harvard ID number and PIN in order to access courses. Courses may also be accessed through the Registrar’s Office course listing page at http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/registrar/courses
Policies for Use of Non-Microlab Software:
If you require installation of Non-Microlab software, there is a charge of $50 per hour if it is necessary to re-image the computers. Estimate 3 hours per room. To determine whether you will incur a charge, send inquiries to Microlab@hsph.harvard.edu.
You will need to provide copies of Non-Microlab software, printed evidence of adequate licenses, and installation instructions at least 2 weeks before the class is to be held.
It is the instructor’s responsibility to test the software at least 2 weeks before the start of the class.
For help administrating course pages, please contact email@example.com.