CLRC Computer Lab
The CLRC Computer Lab offers computer tutoring and computer related assistance to currently enrolled SBCC students to support their learning and success. Need help? Visit us at the SBCC CLRC Virtual Computer Lab webpage. You can navigate to our Virtual Computer Lab webpage by clicking here.
For information about in-person services, scroll down.
Fall 2021 Computer Lab Service Hours:
VIRTUAL LAB HOURS
Monday through Thursday:
12:00pm to 5:00 pm (PT)
6:00pm to 7:00pm (PT)
Update for 10/13/21: There will be no virtual tutoring from 6pm to 7pm.
ON CAMPUS/IN PERSON LAB HOURS
*At this time, the LRC Computer Lab is only offering a study space, computer/Wifi access, and printing. Technical assistance and tutoring continue to be offered online through our Virtual Computer lab. See hours above for computer tutoring.
Tuesday 10:00am to 4:00pm
Wednesday 10:00am to 4:00pm
While the campus is closed, please use the following instructions to access our software from home.
You can use the CLRC Lab computers at home through vmview.sbcc.edu. Click on VMware Horizon HTML Access. Log in with your Pipeline user name and password, then click on the "Student Desktop" icon.
You will need to save your files to your Google Drive or email them to yourself from inside the virtual desktop.
The CLRC Computer Commons is an open-access computer lab offering a friendly and welcoming learning environment where students can access computer resources and receive computer tutoring to support their academic success. The Computer Commons offers Mac and PC individual workstations, group workstations, a DSPS workstation with flatbed scanner, common productivity software applications, and two multi-functional printers. Any currently enrolled SBCC student can check into a computer workstation in the open lab by presenting a SBCC student ID at the LRC Front Desk.
General Information - CLRC Computer Commons
The CLRC Computer Commons open lab has 24 mac and 16 PC thin client computer workstations available for student use. The computer workstations include individual and group workstations. There are also 108 Chromebook laptops available for four hour check out for students to use in the CLRC and/or on campus. Currently enrolled SBCC students can check into a computer workstation in the open lab or checkout a Chromebook laptop by presenting their SBCC student ID (or K number with a photo ID) at the CLRC front desk. Three stand up computer stations are also available that require no check in. All computer workstations require log in using a pipeline username and password. Personal computers cannot be connected to the CLRC network for internet access.
Computer Tutors provide tutoring as needed learning and technical support to students within in the CLRC Computer Commons. Students can ask for help directly at the Computer Help Desk and/or place the help sign on top of their computer workstation.
Computer Tutors can assist students with essential computer skills like basic computer skills, using operating systems, and printing.
For example, we can help students with:
- Logging in / Logging out
- Opening / Closing programs
- Holding the mouse
- Right / Left Click
- Opening files
- Uploading / Downloading files
- Saving files
- Selecting the correct printer
- Adding money to campus card
- Printing files sent to the mutli-functional printers
Computer Tutors can also assist students with questions related to class related software.
For example, we can help students with using:
- Web browsers
- Google Drive / Apps
- Microsoft Office/365
We can also help with accessing SBCC campus resources seen below:
- Connecting to SBCC Wifi
- Accessing VM View Virtual Desktop
- Accessing NetTutor
There is one DSPS (Disability Services and Programs for Students) PC desktop workstations located within the LRC Computer Commons installed with learning assistance software and is equipped with a flatbed scanner. Students wishing to use DSPS stations in the LRC must to be trained to use the software at DSPS Lab in Room SS-160 prior using the DSPS workstations at the LRC.
The most commonly used software installed on its computer workstations. Access a complete list of the current operating systems and software by clicking here.
Students can save their digital files to cloud storage, a flash drive, and/or e-mail their files to themselves. Students are responsible for saving and maintaining their files. We encourage students to save their work frequently and to create back-ups copies of any critical files. The LRC Commons is an open lab environment, and as such, all user files will be deleted from the local computer upon log off. In other words, files saved to the desktop, documents, or downloads folders will be deleted when the student logs off or shortly thereafter.
- Black and White and color printing is available from any of the LRC computer workstations using the Uniflow Multi-function Canon printers. Black and white printing costs 10 cents per page. Color printing costs 25 cents per page. A quick start guide with instructions on how to use the printer is available here.
- To pay for print jobs, students must add funds to their SBCC student ID within their Campus Card Flex account. Follow these step-by-step instructions here to learn how to add funds to your campus card account. Personal computers cannot be connected to the LRC printers for printing.
- Students can make copies using the Uniflow Multi-function Canon printer. Copies cost .10 cents per page.
- Students can scan documents and send these files to themselves using the Scan and Send feature within the Uniflow Multi-function printer. Quick start instructions are available here. Additionally, each DSPS workstation has a flatbed photo scanner for student use. Any student can use a DSPS station but DSPS students have priority. There is no charge for scanning files.
- The CLRC Computer Commons is located on West Campus within the Cartwright Learning Resources Center across from the Luria Library.
- Do you enjoy helping people and helping others learn? Are you interested in learning more about computers, software, and technology? Do you want a job that allows you to stay on campus and schedules your work shifts around your class schedule? Then working as a Computer Tutor in the LRC may be a perfect fit! To learn more about applying to become a Computer Tutor, please stop by the LRC or contact Barb Freeman at 805-965-0581 extension 2666 or email@example.com.
If you are interested in making a program available for student use in any of our labs contact Norma Bahena, the Academic Technology Support Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 805-965-0581 ext. 2668.
If you have general questions about the LRC Computer Commons resources and/or services, please contact the LRC Front Desk at 805-965-0581 ext. 2670. If you have specific questions, please contact the LRC Computer Tutor Help Desk or one of the Computer Support LTAs below.
LRC Computer Tutor Help Desk
Phone: 805-965-0581 ext. 3710
Regina Reese, Computer Lab LTA
Phone: 805-965-0581 ext. 2658
Therese Schweidler, Computer Lab LTA
Phone: 805-965-0581 ext. 2658