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Did You Know... 

ESPOL students can access benefits from Microsoft by logging in with their ESPOL student credentials ( and password), where you will find a list of options including Windows 10 Education and a $100 credit to use within the Microsoft Azure store.

  • Home Use Program: This is a purchasing program for employees aimed at acquiring softwares at a discount price.
  • Office on all your devices: Each user can install Office applications on up to 5 PCs or Macs and 5 mobile devices, with native applications created for tablets and smartphones. It is possible to use the new Office in parallel with older versions.
  • Azure Dev Tools for Teaching (formerly known as Microsoft Imagine Standard and Premium) is a subscription-based offer for accredited schools and departments that provides access to common tools used in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) programs. It provides Microsoft's latest cloud services and technologies to inspire and excite students. Additionally, it offers teachers a diverse set of resources to ensure that their classes challenge, engage, and motivate students in different ways. This program has the following objectives:
    • Provide access to our software and platforms. Teachers and students gain access to our products and technologies, where they will find options to enjoy educational opportunities now and in the future.
    • Offer extraordinary value. Subscription-based membership allows for convenient user license management, eliminating the complexity of licensing in multiple environments. Software acquired through the Azure Dev Tools for Teaching subscription must be used for educational and research purposes only. It cannot be used to run department infrastructure.
  • Training Resources: 
    • Microsoft Learn: You must sign in with a Microsoft account.
      • There are 1668 courses available ranging from "Cloud Concepts: Principles of Cloud Computing," "Identifying Data Engineer Tasks in a Cloud-Hosted Architecture," "Using Visual AI Objects," "Introduction to Threat Modeling," and more.
      • Includes technologies such as: .NET, Azure, Dynamics, Dynamics 365, GitHub, Microsoft 365, Microsoft Graph, Office, Power Platform, Quantum Development Kit, SQL Server, Visual Studio, Windows.
      • List of available courses:
    • Under the licensing agreement:
      • Downloadables: .
        • Microsoft Windows 8.1 Desktop Essentials
        • Microsoft Windows 8.1 Start Screen Essentials
        • Preparing for Exam MTA 98-375 HTML5 App Development Fundamentals Academic Edition
        • Preparing for the Configuring Windows 81 Exam (70-687)
        • Preparing for the Supporting Windows 8.1 Exam (70-688)
        • Windows 10 Top Features for IT Pros
    • Microsoft 365 Learning Center:
    • Education Courses:

Computer Labs 

A networked laboratory or classroom is a model of educational innovation aimed at teachers and students sharing teaching experiences in learning for tasks, classes, and educational projects with the support of technology. The computer laboratories of the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics are organized by specialties.

Our laboratories are equipped with audio and projection equipment, allowing each teacher to have interactive classes for presentations, videos, simulations, etc.

Our technical team is composed of Infrastructure Analysts from GTSI and helpers for various activities. Regular office hours are from Monday to Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Currently, FCNM has 4 laboratories:

  • “Alfa” Computing Laboratory (Building 9C)
  • “Beta” Computing Laboratory (Building 9I)
  • “Omega” Computing Laboratory (Building 9C)
  • “Sigma” Computing Laboratory (Building 9C)