Computer Labs and Laptops
There are several computer access areas in the Library.
First, is a library classroom with 29 networked computers, and a faculty workstation with audio system, video/DVD player, and LCD projector. There is a bank of six public access computers near the northeast widows, with an additional four along the east wall.
For the convenience of students, the library help desk is located between the classroom and the public access computers and will be staffed eight hours a day by a librarian to assist students with research needs or basic software problems.
On the opposite end of the main floor is a space designated for the private use of the Kurzweil software. This software program is specifically designed to assist the visually impaired, ESL students, and those with learning disabilities. The software will read aloud or translate any document or web page loaded onto the screen. This room may also be used for presentation practice, depending upon availability.
In addition, six laptops are available for check-out within the library. Students must surrender a valid driver’s license to the front desk personnel while the laptop is in their possession. The library has wireless internet access available on all three floors. Students and faculty may also bring their personal laptops for use in the library. All library computers are connected to the campus network and printing is available.
A photocopier, located on the main floor adjacent to the front desk, is available for public use at a rate of 10 cents per page.