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Reservation Examples

Customer Name: Wilbur Wildcat
Email: wilbur@arizona.edu
Phone: 520626XXXX
Department: UA Athletics
Class:  
Number of Students: 15
Lab (1st choice): CC-311 Training Lab (Windows)
Lab (2nd Choice): None
Reservation Time: September 9, 11, 16, 18, 2004 9-noon
Hardware Requested: PCs, Trainer\'s station, Proxima projector (or similiar)
Software Requested: MS Office 2000 or XP, MS Windows 2000 or XP Internet Explorer (current version), internet access.
Additional Resources: Please advise if there is an additional cost for printing.

 

 

Customer Name: Wilma Wildcat
Email: wilma@email.arizona.edu
Phone: 621-XXXX
Department: UA Athletics
Class: None
Number of Students: 15
Lab (1st choice): AME (OS X)
Lab (2nd Choice): CC-311 Training Lab (OS X)
Reservation Time: September 4, 2003 from 5:15 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Hardware Requested: Screen and projector for instuctor to show students what to do on their systems.
Software Requested:  
Additional Resources:  

 

 

 

 

Customer Name: Bugs Bunny
Email: buggsy@email.arizona.edu
Phone: 622-XXXX
Department: Society of Animation Classics
Class: Looney Tunes 101
Number of Students: 100
Lab (1st choice): AME (OS X)
Lab (2nd Choice): ECE 206 (Windows)
Reservation Time: I would like to reserve 3 labs for October the 12th 2002 from 8:15AM to 5:00PM. I would like to have the labs AME 314, ECE 206, OLD ENGR 318.
Hardware Requested: One projection unit per room.
Software Requested:  
Additional Resources:    

 

 

 

 

Customer Name: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Email: mlk@email.arizona.edu
Phone: 621-XXXX
Department: Social Justice and Civil Rights
Class:  
Number of Students: 25
Lab (1st choice): CC-311 Training Lab (Windows)
Lab (2nd Choice): None
Reservation Time: Thursday, August 29th, 11:00am-1:45pm. (For two classes, one at 11:00 and one at 12:30.)
Hardware Requested: PCs (I will be training them on WebCT, so we will have to go online, and I will need my computer screen to project.)
Software Requested:  
Additional Resources: Projection unit. Also, a staff member on hand would be great--this is the first time I've used this lab (though I've taught in CC 319).