The Center for Computation and Visualization (CCV) provides high-end visualization services through several facilities including an immersive virtual reality lab called the CAVE. CCV also:
Drop Box is a service for sharing files that are too large for email. It allows for both the sending and receipt of large files using a web interface.
Web access to applicant and student data related to admission, financial aid, declining balance (available balance and a 30 day history), and course registration.
Brown departments, centers, groups, or organizations can host their official websites in the brown.edu web environment. Users can request a web publishing account and a new space to build a site, or simply a web publishing account to publish to an already existing space.
IPTV can be accessed via a wired ethernet connection from University residence halls, allowing users to watch television programming on their personal computers.
Remedy is a ticketing system for making requests and reporting problems with information technology applications and systems.
Web Authentication (Shibboleth) provides the Brown community with the ability to protect web resources and exercise fine-grained control of access to those resources to members of the Brown Community and federation partners.
Employees of all types can change thier personal employee data using this service. Examples of data that can be changed include: home address, emergency contact information, veteran status and ethnicity. Name and social security number changes must be made through the Human Resources office.
The Multimedia Labs are multi-computer teaching facilities dedicated to the examination, analysis, and production of work in the arts and humanities using emergent computer technologies. We provide equipment and support for the production of graphics, hypertext, video, animation and sound.
Personal training sessions may be scheduled for those needing assistance beyond classes and departmental trainings. Training is offered by phone, email or in person. If applicable, trainees are encouraged to attend a class before scheduling a session.