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    PC Labs/Computer Centers

    About PC Laboratories/Computer Centers

    There are 4 free-access PC Laboratories/Computer Centers to support OUHK’s active students for their learning and studies. Each PC Laboratory/Computer Center is equipped with powerful PC workstations, internet access, and the octopus-enabled printers.
    Locations and Available Facilities
    PC Laboratories/
    Computer Centers
    Discussion(D) /
    Quiet Room(Q) 3)
    PC Apple Mac B&W Printer Colour Printer Scanner
    Solomon Lee Computer Laboratory 2)
    Room B0409, Main Campus (MC)
    D, Q 1)
    Fong Connie Computer Center
    Room D0605, Jockey Club Campus (JCC)
    D, Q    
    Jockey Club PC Laboratory
    Room K0812, Kwai Hing Campus (KHC)
    PC Laboratory
    Room 107, OUHK-CITA Campus (OCC)
    1) Low speed but free of charge printer(s) is available (Bring your own paper for printing)
    2) Room B0410 has been setup as a 24 hrs PC printing room
    3) Discussion room (D) is available for a group of student to work and discuss. Quiet room (Q) is available for student(s) to study silently.
    You can access the PC facilities according to the opening hours of the PC Laboratories/Computer Centers. Before using the PC facilities, you are required to read and understand the “Computer Laboratory Regulations” which was posted inside and/or outside the PC LABs, and OUHK website (please follow the path below):

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    Modified Date: Jan 20, 2020

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