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Faculty Guide

Related Facilities

Development of facilities and equipment

Education and research facilities shared by the Faculty and Graduate School include lecture rooms, research labs, experiment and practical study rooms, seminar rooms, IT lecture rooms, an audio-visual room, the Health Sciences Library, an auditorium and a gymnasium. A magnetic resonance imaging device (MRI), a high-energy radiotherapy system (LINAC) and an FPD-mounted X-ray standard imaging system are among the sophisticated medical equipment installed in the facilities.

The facility environment has been enhanced by extending hours of air-conditioner use, so that these can also be used outside lesson times.

As a security measure for the campus, five security cameras have been installed inside the grounds and three more at entrances to the Health Sciences Library and IT lecture rooms.

As for barrier-free facilities, one elevator for wheelchair users has been installed inside the lecture room building, and disabled toilets are available in each facility.

The Health Sciences Library is equipped with a Division Room, a CAI Room, and an AV Room (with seven DVD / VHS combined playback decks and a wall-mounted viewer) as well as a normal reading room, each of these being utilized in line with its respective purpose.

To facilitate barrier-free use, there are no steps inside the library, and the layout of reading desks and spacing between stacks have been adjusted for access by wheelchair users. Attention has also been paid to the safety of the equipment, with devices installed to prevent stacks from collapsing and books from falling from high shelves.

ICT environment

A data network has been created inside the campus, and an environment has been developed to enable the network to be used basically in every lecture room. A wireless LAN has also been set up in the Health Sciences Library, the cafeteria and other spaces where people tend to gather.

As the environment for use of the network, students are given email addresses allowing access to web mail (enabling email to be accessed inside and outside the university using a web browser).

There are 50 terminals for use by students in each of the two IT lecture rooms and 49 in the graduate student common room, and these are used for education and research. The terminals are regularly serviced.

Security is provided in line with the Tokyo Metropolitan University Regulations on Data System Ethics. The network system is protected by a firewall, an anti-virus server, a network intrusion monitoring device and other measures, and authentication is required in order to use the terminals and wireless LAN mentioned above.