Sharing files with students using the S-Drive (S:)
There is always the need to provide students with support materials in the form of Power Point presentation files, Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, data files, etc. Many students come to the Computer Lab to work on their assignments. If you need to make some files available to your students, you can do it directly from your office computer. The material will be readily available to students from:
- the BAS Computer Lab and BAS master classroom computers,
- any computer connected to the campus network, or
- any computer connected to the Internet. This will allow students to "download" such material from home. This requires the use of a Web Browser
What is the S-Drive (S:)?
The S-Drive (S:) is a network drive that is shared among faculty and students. The S-Drive (S:) is available to all computers in the Business Computer Lab, faculty and master classroom computers. Students also have the option of accessing these files from home through the Internet.
How to share files?
Faculty can copy files to their respective directories in the S-Drive (S:) so students can access them.
All College of Business Faculty will be able to access the S-Drive (S:) as a local
drive on their campus computers.
You can use "Windows Explorer" to copy files to and from the S-Drive (S:).
The S-Drive (S:) is intended to be used only for academic purposes. No private, sensitive or confidential information should be saved or shared through this network resource. The COB Business Computer Lab is not responsible or liable for the privacy, data security implications nor the contents of the documents.