Update date: Feb. 10, 2020
Nagano National College of Technology Computer Center
長野工業高等専門学校 情報教育センター, ナガノコウギョウコウトウセンモンガッコウ ジョウホウキョウイクセンター
716 Tokuma, Nagano City, Nagano 381-8550 Japan
The Computer Center was established in March 1974 as the Electronic Data Processing Center. Since then the Center system has been replaced four times and the fourth computer system for educational purposes was established in March 2002.
The system has been of great help for information
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processing education, graduation research, engineering
experiments, club activities, and so on.
There are 119 personal computers in the Computer Center,
which includes 3 computers for instructors' use, and
seven higher quality personal computers which act as
servers. All are connected to the college LAN system
through the three servers, so Internet(WWW & Email) is
available at any personal computer.
The system is suitable not only for the in-college
service but for citizens in open classes such as CAD
instruction course since it is equipped with high
quality components-high speed CPU(Pentium4 2GHz),
liquid crystal displays, 40GB HDD, and 256MB memory.
Multimedia related peripherals such as multimedia
personal computers are also newly introduced and
installed to produce class materials.
There are hardware as well as software which help to
provide a better environment for the learning in the
Center. They include a highly quality LCD projector,
a text presentation system, and software which enables
instructors to monitor, remotely on the instructors'
screen. the student' screen or to give aid in the study
process of the student.
The Center is provided with software for
computer/internet literacy training and the software
for main programing languages. The students are allowed
to come to the Center even during rest periods and
after-school hours and acquire the knowledge necessary
for a highly information orientated society. The Center
is also equipped with WindowsXP Linux as PC UNIX. The
Computer Center offers the most optimum conditions for