We will add your Gmail (or Imperial) email to our shared Google Drive folder. We use Google Drive to store Student Chapter (and ICCSW) related documents and templates. This has the advantage of being able to work on documents together as well as to reuse documents in the future. Thus, if you create any documents or templates, please drop them in Google Drive for future use by other people.
The URLs for the folders are
You can now easily subscribe to the ACM Student Chapter Google Calendar to track our events through your calendars. Note: Please don’t create events in this calendar under your name. We will use the acm-gmail account to create events.
Here is how:
- Go to our Calendar
- Click the “+ Google Calendar” at the bottom right of the page
- Click “Yes” when the prompt appears to add this calendar to your Google Calendar.
- Go to your calendar and click on “Import” in the top left corner.
- Select the subscribe pane.
https://www.google.com/calendar/ical/r60dppokqfbu5jgakr0bqlrt0s%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic.icsinto calendar URL.
- Name your calendar, select calendar colour and press “subscribe”.
- In Outlook, click
File > Account Settings > Account Settings.
- Go to the “Internet Calendars” tab, click “New”.
https://www.google.com/calendar/ical/r60dppokqfbu5jgakr0bqlrt0s%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic.icsinto “New Internet Calendar Subscription” and press “Add”.
- In the “Subscription Options”, name your calendar and press “OK”.
All mailing lists end in
ACM mailing lists:
acm- emails from interested people to the ACM Student Chapter (chair, vice-chair, membership chair) as well as membership requests
acm-officers- emails between members of the elected committee (chair, vice-chair, treasurer, secretary, webmaster, membership chair). Note: if you are not in part of the elected committee you will not be able to write to this mailinglist acm-discuss - emails between members of the organizing committee (the elected committee + all contributors). Note: please only post matters on this list which actually concern the whole organizing committee; please send private emails for matters concerning only part of the organizing committee.
acm-members- emails from the ACM Student Chapter to all members of the Chapter
acm-announce- emails from the ACM Student Chapter to all Master students, PhDs, and RAs in the Department of Computing (plus all members)
ICCSW Mailing Lists:
Good practice: Have as many small meetings with people you are sharing tasks with as possible. For example, go for a coffee or for lunch to update each other about your progress and to make decisions.
There are also monthly meetings for the whole ACM Student Chapter organizing committee to update everyone about the current activities of the Chapter.
Meeting dates are usually organised using Doodle
We store some files on CSG’s NFS infrastructure.
We will contact CSG for you to add your login to the
acm group to have access
/vol/acm/ This shared drive is mainly used to store photos of
Student Chapter events.
Accessing under Windows
You need to be in the college network or using the VPN for this to work. In the
“run window” (windows key + R) type
\\fs-vol-acm.doc.ic.ac.uk\acm. You will
be asked for login credentials, use
WIN\<your username> for the username
(e.g. if your username is
foo23 then you would use
WIN\foo23) and your
normal DoC password.
Accessing under Linux
If you are using CSG Linux install then simply run in a terminal
$ cd /vol/acm/
This will trigger an automatic mounting of the filesystem if it isn’t already mounted.
If you are not using a CSG Linux install then many file managers support browsing Samba shares. Note you need to be in the college network for this to work.
In the file path text box type
press enter. You will be prompted for login details. For username use
(e.g. if your username is
foo23 the you would use
WIN\foo23) and your normal DoC password.
ACM Digest Weekly newsletter about the ACM Student Chapter: Under Development
Facebook All events will be on this facebook group. We also want to use this to create discussion & dialogue between students. Thus, if you know of any interesting hot topic, just ask a provocative question to start the discussion.
Other social networks
These accounts are registered but currently are not utilised much.