Regional Programs: Technology
If you have a modem (dial-up) connection at home, please view streaming lecture and other course video materials at regional campus computer labs.
The Carmen course management system is used for delivery of many program courses. Use your Ohio State University email user ID (e.g., smith.1) and password to log in to Carmen.
What is Carmen?
Not sure what Carmen is? This page will help you get acquainted.
Log in to Carmen
This is where you need to go to log in and use Carmen.
Note: If you cannot log in to Carmen, please contact the main campus help desk at 614-688-HELP (4357) or email email@example.com.
Your courses may utilize video conferencing for weekly class sessions. Please cooperate with requests by program staff to sit where you can be seen by faculty and students at other campuses.
Video conferencing utilizes microphone "pods," usually two per classroom and placed so that all students can be heard. These microphones have a center "on" and "off" button that glows red when the microphone is muted. The microphones must remain muted until someone needs to speak at your site because they are very sensitive and pickup all background sounds. Usage will be demonstrated the first night of class.
Lima Campus Computer Labs
Galvin 305, 310, 336, 340, 451:
Library, Cook Hall:
Additional hours may be scheduled as needed. Hours and availability may vary due to scheduled classes, events, finals, and holidays.
Mansfield Campus Computer Labs
Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Marion Campus Computer Labs
The normal hours for general lab (LC 220) in Library Building are:
Newark Campus Computer Labs
Open Computing Lab in Founders Hall basement, Rooms 174 and 180:
The Newark Campus Library has limited open computing until 10 pm weekdays and Sunday noon – 5 pm.
Please follow these technology guidelines to help ensure your success in the General Business Programs courses.
Hardware and Software Requirements
PC Minimum Configuration
Macintosh Minimum Configuration
Supported Internet Browsers
All General Business Programs courses are designed for broadband (high-speed) internet connections and are available through regional campus labs. If you prefer to complete coursework off-campus, we highly recommend a broadband connection to the internet. Attempting to view video components or listen to audio demonstrations with a dial-up / modem connection will be frustrating, if not completely impossible.
Contact your cable or telephone provider for additional information about broadband options and pricing.