Visit www.usc.edu/firstlogin to find your email account and activate your password. If you're a visiting scholar or any other special circumstance, please contact our system administrator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Once your account has been activated, you may use USC's webmail services at www.usc.edu/office365. Please send an email to email@example.com so that you are added to our department database and to the appropriate email lists below:
Official members of the department (on payroll) can contact John Yu, firstname.lastname@example.org, to have basic software installed on your computer. See the list of available software below:
USC Guest Wireless
Any one can joing the "USC Guest Wireless" network without registration. Not part of the actual USCnet.
USC Secure Wireless
Requires your USC login. See http://itservices.usc.edu/wireless/. Change of password may be required. Part of USCnet.
Wireless Earth Network
Active members only. Contact email@example.com for login information. Part of USCnet.
USC LAN (ethernet line)
Computers must be registered before they can use our networked lines. Plugging in unregistered computers will cause active jacks to be suspended. To register your computer for ZHS, email your name, office, and ethernet hardware address (mac? win?) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Part of USCnet.
Our computer lab (ZHS 130) offers a full variety of hardware & software for individual computations and classroom teaching.
Hours of availability
You must be connected to the "Wireless Earth Network", "USC Secure Wireless", or the USC LAN to add and print to our department printers.
You can find instructions for adding printers and complete list of printers at /earth/printing-instructions
Main Department Printers:ZHS 119
The department as well as the university provides time on our computational nodes for all members' research. Detailed information can be found at http://geosys.usc.edu/wiki or http://hpcc.usc.edu
You may be able remotely access our department servers or your local workstations remotely. However, you are required to login to VPN first.
For library access, you can either use VPN or sign into http://libproxy.usc.edu
The department strives to provide as much resources as needed to ensure the success of all its members. Though not all guidelines are strictly enforced, please use common sense and courtesy.