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ISE Students Hold Free Computer Repair Clinic

Feb 04, 2013

Students in the in the information systems engineering (ISE) degree program at the Bristol Campus recently held a computer repair clinic. Faculty, staff, and students were encouraged to bring in their laptops, desktops, and netbooks to be serviced and diagnosed by the ISE students.

Under the guidance of director of information technology programs Dennis Anthony and instructor Jonathan Evenden, ISE students tackled computer issues such as slow working systems, missing files, adding or updating virus protection, and internet connection problems. Computer owners received these services for free, saving them a lot of money. In exchange, the students got hands-on experience diagnosing and fixing computer problems. “This event was a great learning experience. We were able to really use our troubleshooting techniques and practice our customer service skills,” said student Elliot Smith.

Karen Simpson, a student in the medical office specialist program, is one of many that brought her computer in to be repaired. “[The ISE students] told me what they had found and what they were doing to fix the issues. I am really happy with the results.”

ISE students Tim Lane (left) and Tyler Perry (right) are pictured servicing a computer during the on-campus computer repair clinic.

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