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Educational Campus-wide Computing System (ECCS)


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The terminals for the Educational Campus-wide Computing System (ECCS) are installed in several locations across the university, such as in the Information Technology Center on Asano District of the Hongo Campus, Information Education Building on Komaba I Campus, as well as in the Fukutake Hall, General Library, Komaba Library, Kashiwa Library, and in some faculties and departments. The followings are brief introductions of facilities that can use the ECCS terminals. For the number of terminals that can be used in each facility, please refer to 16.1 Terminal locations in the users' handbook.

Information Education Building: Komaba Campus

The Information Education Building on Komaba Campus has the highest concentration of ECCS terminals within the University of Tokyo. In this building, there are large and small PC class rooms used for information related lectures and study rooms. Please apply to the Academic Affairs Group of the College of Arts and Sciences if you would like to use a PC class room for planned lectures. The Information Education Building is generally open from 8:00 to 21:00 on weekdays and 12:00 to 18:00 on weekends. However, the building may be closed due to summer vacation, etc. For the actual opening hours, please refer to the the Information Education Building website (sites.google.com)

Hongo 3-Chome Building (tentative name): Hongo Campus

The Information Technology Center provides alternative two large PC classrooms from April 2021 to March 2022 (scheduled) in the building located about a five minute's walk from Hongo 3-chome station since the Information Technology Center in the Asano area of the Hongo Campus is unavailable due to earthquake resistance renovation work. There are 22 ECCS terminals available in each of two large PC classrooms to prevent coronavirus infection. For details, please refer to the announcement Alternative Facility for the Large PC Rooms in the Information Technology Center during its Earthquake Resistance Renovation. The large PC classrooms can be used for classes etc., regardless of the faculty or department. If you would like to use the large PC classrooms for classes, please refer to the Availability and Bookings - Large PC Classrooms, Information Technology Center (ITC), Hongo Campus. Please note that the large PC classrooms will be opened only during the periods when the classes are booked.

Fukutake Hall: Hongo Campus

The Fukutake Hall (u-tokyo.ac.jp) is the building on the west side of the General Library. For the exact location of Fukutake Hall please check the access page of the Information Technology Center website (itc.u-tokyo.ac.jp). The practice room is on the first basement floor, equipped with 20 iMac terminals, and wireless LAN is available. An ECCS system assistant will also be working there. The practice room is open from 9:00 to 17:00 on weekdays and can be used for classes. For details, please refer to the Availability and Bookings - Large PC Classrooms, Information Technology Center (ITC), Hongo Campus.

Distributed ECCS terminals: Hongo, Komaba and Kashiwa Campuses

ECCS terminals and connection environments for portable terminals are also available in the following locations other than the Information Education Building and Information Technology Center.

Libraries

Departments

On Hongo campus, terminals, wireless LAN (UTokyo WiFi) and wired LAN are also available in various faculty buildings such as the Faculty of Law Buildings and Faculty of Engineering Buildings. For the types and numbers of terminals, please refer to 16.1 Terminal locations on the users' handbook or the UTokyo WiFi website (u-tokyo.ac.jp) for information on WiFi. Additionally, please contact the administration office of each department for opening hours.

Note

Please be aware that the terminals will automatically shut down at the closing time of the rooms. Please make sure you save all necessary data before the closing time. The following equipment have been installed in each PC classroom of the Information Education Building and Information Technology Center and are available for lectures, etc.