Our People - Arts Computing Office

Robert W. Park.
519-888-4567 x35016
Location: 
PAS 2016
Group(s): 
Dean of Arts Office; Co-op, Administration and Planning Office; Arts Computing Office
Bill Baer
519-888-4567 x32157
Location: 
PAS 2081A
Group(s): 
Arts Computing Office
herbert
519 888-456 x32597
Location: 
PAS 2081G
Group(s): 
Arts Computing Office
Nevil Bromley.
519-888-4567 x36519
Location: 
PAS 2081H
Group(s): 
Arts Computing Office
519-888-4567 x35206
Location: 
PAS 2081F
Group(s): 
Arts Computing Office
519-888-4567 x46422
Location: 
EC2 2022A/PAS 1083
Group(s): 
Arts Computing Office
Todd Marshall-Taylor.
519-888-4567 x32774
Location: 
ML 110A
Group(s): 
Arts Computing Office
Keith McGowan.
519-888-4567 x33158
Location: 
PAS 2081C
Group(s): 
Arts Computing Office
Scott Paterson
519-888-4567 x35428
Location: 
PAS 2081E
Group(s): 
Arts Computing Office
519-888-4567 x30275
Location: 
PAS 2081D
Group(s): 
Arts Computing Office
Sean Speers
519-888-4567 x33769
Location: 
PAS 2081B
Group(s): 
Arts Computing Office

The Arts Computing Office

The ACO provides support and resources for the teaching, research and administrative needs of the Faculty of Arts. ACO operates and maintains the computing infrastructure of the faculty which consists of a substantial investment in networking, special purpose and general purpose servers and public use facilities such as laboratories and printers. A team of expert consultants is maintained to provide support. The Arts Computing Office also provides a leadership role in strategic planning and the use of information technologies in the faculty. 

Visit the Arts Computing Office website.