The Berel Ginges Australia Computer Centre


The Berel Ginges Australia Computer Centre is situated on the ground floor of the cafeteria building, a central location of the campus, where students congregate during their free time. The Center’s self-study area includes a quiet zone with approximately fifty stations, plus two specially allocated areas for group study with six to seven stations each.

The Centre provides the students with the following:

1. Student computing and processing tools and communication protocols

All students are able to access software to prepare their academic assignments - papers and seminars. In addition, they have access to data bases and websites. They are also able to access teaching material that is prepared by their lecturers.

2. Computer-assisted teaching and research program

The Centre provides the students with computer-assisted teaching and research in various study topics such as physiology, anatomy and veterinary medicine; genomics and proteomics, physics and biochemistry.

The Centre's manager and tutors assist the users when faced with any difficulties using the computers, software and computer-related equipment. The Centre is also equipped with scanners and CD writers and both color and regular printers.

Study programs at the Faculty of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Quality Sciences are constantly being revised and faculty members invest significant efforts to incorporate state-of-the-art teaching aids, including appropriate software, to provide the students with the best academic education possible. Both easy accessibility and access to the sophisticated hard- and software at the Centre encourage students to take advantage of the self-study courseware.

The Berel Ginges Australia Computer Centre markedly contributes to the advancement of teaching and learning at the Faculty of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Quality Sciences.