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Kiosk Computers
 
document What are Kiosk computers?
Kiosk computers are computers located all across campus. They are intended for students and faculty to log into their Ozone accounts, check Owens e-mail, verify schedule/registration status, check account balances and use the other features in Ozone.
19 Sep, 2012 Views: 934
document Where are the Kiosk Computers located (Source)?
All Kiosk locations have been marked on the maps below with a bright red dot.
19 Sep, 2012 Views: 793
document Where are the Kiosk Computers located (Arrowhead)?
All Kiosk locations have been marked on the maps below with a bright red dot.
19 Sep, 2012 Views: 759
document Where are the Kiosk Computers located (Findlay)?
All Kiosk locations have been marked on the maps below with a bright red dot. FINDLAY CAMPUS Education Center Community Education & Wellness Center
19 Sep, 2012 Views: 878
document Can I read/print Microsoft Word and other documents at a Kiosk computer?
No, you will need to visit one of the Computer labs on campus to print documents.
19 Sep, 2012 Views: 930
document What do I do if the kiosk printer paper needs to be refilled?
You can call the Help Desk (567) 661-7120 and notify them that the printer is out of paper.
19 Sep, 2012 Views: 914
document Is a Kiosk computer a good place to do my online banking and other secure transactions?
No, kiosk computers only allow access to your Ozone account and the information available through your Ozone account.
19 Sep, 2012 Views: 927
document Can I pull up a document from a flash drive on a Kiosk and print it?
No, you will need to visit one of the Computer labs on campus to print documents off of a flash drive.
19 Sep, 2012 Views: 1050
document Can I read/print my email from a kiosk computer?
Yes, users are able to access their Owens email through Ozone on a kiosk computer. If a printer is present in the kiosk area, you will be able to print your Owens email.
11 Feb, 2014 Views: 988
document How do I refresh (close and reopen) the Kiosk computer's screen?
The keyboard shortcut of Alt + F4 will close the page and reload the browser window.
11 Feb, 2014 Views: 1425

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