Quickr Computing Requirements
Minimum Computing Software and Hardware Requirements
(updated Jan. 7, 2015)
Students accessing on-line course material from work may require the assistance of their IT department to make browser setting changes. The eServices Office (eSO) does not support these instances.
Need help, or have any questions?
If you are in your course website, click on the support link. You may also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your course number, term, section and student number.
On-campus Computing Facilities:
If you do not have the above listed minimum requirements, you may still use York's on-campus facilities. There are computing labs open in the William Small Centre (Computing Commons). Please click here.
There are no speakers at these open labs; students have to bring their own earphones.
For more information regarding on-campus computing, visit University Information Technology (UIT) website: www.yorku.ca/computing
If you have any technical non-course related computing questions, you may contact York University's Client Support Services by:
Phone: (416) 736-5800
Or you can visit the locations listed above for personal assistance
As an alternative to on-campus computing, you may find Internet access at your local coffee shops; Internet cafés and public libraries. Other facilities such as kiosk stations, are open to the public and can provide alternative methods for accessing your course websites.
On-line Computing Guides: