Usage Notes

Usage Notes give important instructions, caveats and student comments on an application.

Adobe Photoshop General Usage Notes

Adobe Photoshop requires the use of a special file, called a “scratch disk”.  This file is used as a caching location, much like web browsers use, to temporarily copy an item so that some operation can be done on it.  For instance if you edit a photo to shade it, the photo is copied to [...]

Adobe Products Login

The Adobe Cloud suite of products requires a logon for student use. Students can register for an Adobe ID through the USF Software website, more information can be found at http://software.usf.edu/creative-cloud-for-students

Office 365 Compatibility Requirements

Please note that there are specific OS requirement for the download of Office 365, available for currently enrolled students, Staff and Faculty through the software.usf.edu site. It is important to know when you purchase a computer or laptop and plan to use this software, that it is not compatible with the Chrome OS, or with [...]

Proctorio Tips

Proctorio test taking tips, computer locations and more.

Student Use Laptops at USFSP

The Poynter Library provides ten (10) Dell Inspiron and sixteen (16) Apple Powerbook Pro laptops for USF students, adjunct faculty and staff, excluding SPC students & faculty. Available for use within the library, these computers are wireless “WiFi” ready, and contain all programs included in the Microsoft Office Suite. Visit the Access Services circulation desk [...]

Tutorial for FileZilla

Please visit the link below for a hosted tutorial on how to FTP files using the FileZilla client. FileZilla Tutorial

USFSP Print Costs & Scanning

Print costs vary by location, in the USFSP Library and the Sembler Success Center, the cost is free for currently enrolled student using BullBucks Student Government allotment of $2.50 per day per person for Black and White prints. Color printing is available in the USFSP Library at 20 cents a page, funded through Bullbucks. To [...]

Last edited on September 12, 2018