Laptop Loans: Dell laptops with MS Office Suite – available at the Access Services Desk by reservation only via a library catalog request.
BYOD Stations: 35 Bring Your Own Device stations will be available in Richter 1st Floor. These stations are equipped with a large monitor, docking station, and power outlets.
Mac Alcove: 3 iMacs in Alcove; 5 iMacs on 1st Floor
Creative Studio: closed for public access the Academic Year 2020/21
Printer Stations: UPrint Color & B/W print/copy/scan stations, located in 1st and 2nd floors.
Individual Study Rooms: Rm 205, 215A. 215B, 216, 217 with large screen and PC
Microform Stations: 2 stations dedicated to viewing/printing microfilm on 2nd Floor
1 large format scanner ; 2 UPrint Color print/copy/scan stations ;
closed for public access the Academic Year 2020/21
1 PC ; 1 iMac ; 1 UPrint Color print/copy/scan station
Creative Studio: 6 iMACs and 1 Color print/copy/scan station available on 1st Floor
1st Fl Group Study Rooms: 1 room with CD, LP, and cassette equipment ; LCD screen ; Rm. 120 is equipped with a Mac Mini which is connected to the receiver system to play CD / DVD / VHS ; 1 room currently equipped with table, chairs, and whiteboard
The University Computer Lab image is updated annually from feedback supplied by the Libraries and Computer Labs. The Libraries do not have the ability to add new software packages at will to loaning laptops. Please use the Library Comments page to suggest new software for the computers.
|Selected Specialized Software on available to students|
|Adobe Acrobat Professional (on scanner pc’s)||Omnipage (on scanner pc’s)|
|Adobe Media Player||SAS 9.1.3|
|Adobe Photoshop ( on scanner pc’s)||SciFinder Scholar|
|iTunes||UMLIBRARIES – LIBX Toolbar & Conduit Toolbar|
|LE Winzip||Visual Minteq|
|MS Office Suite||Win FTP|
Creative Studio Services computers are supplied with expert video, audio, and graphic software and support for digital media project, web development, image creation /editing, and audio / video editing. Check for software available on Creative Studio computers, as well as the Richter Mac Alcove.