DACC provides several computer labs throughout campus for our students to use. A schedule for the open labs can be found on the DACC website at https://dacc.edu/schedules/complabs. With the service/facilities, students are asked to obey the following rules to ensure an environment that is conducive to student success:
DACC reserves the right to suspend or terminate computer lab access to any campus user if the violation is deemed severe or the use is impacting the educational experience of other users.
In order for students to make smart financial and academic decisions, DACC provides updated Consumer Information for current and potential students every year. A link to the current Consumer/Student Information on the DACC website is https://www.dacc.edu/about/consumer-student-information. Paper copies of the information can be obtained through the Vice President of Student Services Office in Lincoln Hall, Room 108 or by calling 217-443-8746.
Danville Area Community College is committed to complying with the requirements of all copyright laws. The faculty, staff, and students are required to comply with The Copyright Act of 1976 and its amendments, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), and the Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization (TEACH) Act. The aforementioned Acts dictate policy as to how institutions may use the works of others. It is DACC's intent to comply with these intellectual property, copyright, and fair use guidelines. The incorporation of copyright compliance protects the ideas and products that DACC's faculty, staff, and students create as well as outside materials which are used for academic purposes. Illegal copies or sharing of copyrighted software, movies, or music may not be made or used on equipment owned by the College. Employees and students who disregard this Board policy do so at their own risk and assume all liability for their actions.
The ownership of and copyright to teaching aids, films, outlines, books, and manuals which have been developed on College time and with College materials, through College funds or with technical or secretarial assistance provided by the College, are vested in DACC unless exceptions are negotiated and contracted in advance of material preparation.
File sharing is the practice of distributing or providing access to digitally stored information, such as computer programs, multi-media (audio and video), documents, or electronic books. Illegal file sharing is the sharing of copyright protected files without authorization. Under copyright law, it is illegal to download or share copyrighted materials such as music or movies without the permission of the copyright owner.