Students at Long Beach State share mixed reviews of the university-provided hotspots and their experiences with technology during the mainly virtual fall semester.
In a joint effort by the Division of IT and the Division of Student Affairs, Long Beach State has launched a program to loan technological devices to students who normally rely on campus-provided resources such as computer labs.
Laptops, hotspots and an on-campus computer lab are meant to help Long Beach State students with technological needs.
Things are slowly but surely getting worse. And even though it’s hard we need to make sweeping changes sooner rather than later.
The event, put on by the information technology department, allowed everyone to see what new and upcoming innovations the university has to offer.
The Video Game Development Association has made changes to be more efficient when producing their games and continues to provide learning opportunities for outside participants.
Long Beach State computer science majors, Samantha Hangsan and Nikki Nguyen want other female computer science majors to know they’re not alone.
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