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The Computing Commons building opened in 1993 to provide instruction and research support in a technology-based environment. Computer, instruction, research and training services are available through Information Technology (IT). IT supports microcomputers and mainframes; the library's online catalog; university-wide e-mail; and telecommunications infrastructure.

Visit ASU Information Technology online at:http://www.asu.edu/it/

Computing Commons Atrium, 1990s

Computing Commons Atrium
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