I have a couple of questions that I haven't seen asked or answered while searching through past posts. If they've been answered before, I apologize in advance. Thanks!
#1) Are the lecture halls laptop-friendly? i.e. are there electrical outlets by each seat, or do the first 4 people in swarm to those seats like OU Sooners to a helpless quarterback, forcing everyone else to drain their batteries? Should a notebook with a longer-lasting battery be a big consideration?
#2) I read that you guys burn the days lecture notes right before classes start. In your daily laptop use, would the benefits of an internal 3 1/2 floppy drive's outweigh the extra weight of lugging it around and taking up one of your optical drives? (Do classmates generally pass around study guides they've created on 3 1/2'ers? ) I plan on getting one to supplement a CD-RW -- just haven't decided on an internal or external.
#3) Since the computer lab's the only place at school with connectivity, are there extra ethernet spots for notebooks to connect to the internet in the when all the computers are being used?
#4) I realize that the French side uses 220 V, and the American side uses 110 V. I would assume from the name of the school, we won't need
need voltage converters for our electrical appliances. But I just thought that I'd ask.......
#5) Are there any other pictures of the lecture halls, library, student lounges, study places, cafeteria, etc. worth posting? I have a vague idea of what AUC's campus looks like. During a quick study break if you guys wouldn't mind...
Once again, Thanks!