Just about everyone in the FP&C Department has a
computer assigned to them. Computers are a valuable tool for communication,
scheduling, productivity, etc. It is important not only to know how to
utilize the software and hardware which is available on your computer, but
also to make sure your computer monitor, keyboard and mouse are optimally
placed in association with your chair and work surface. If you are
interested in learning more about workspace ergonomics, click on link below
which will open a document provided by the University's Ergonomics
Coordinator, Karen Allen.
TO LOOK FOR REGARDING WORKSPACE ERGONOMICS
If you don't yet have the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed
on your computer, click on the link below.