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Install software, upgrade, or fix your computer or other tech device at the Student Technology Help Desk on the first or third floor of Richter Library. Learn more about computing and productivity software with either one-to-one assistance or in a workshop with the Technology Assistance Program (TAP), also located on the first floor.
To check out a laptop, go to Access (the central service point inside the front doors of Richter Library).
The Learning Commons is a welcoming place where you are able to create and experiment, consult with peers and experts, discover and explore resources and ideas, and study individually and collaboratively.
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