The library computer lab is available for student and public use. Library patrons can access the internet, send and receive email, connect to library catalog and databases, discovery tools, reference guides, the Canvas learning management system, Microsoft Office and other course specific software applications.
The library labs are designed to assist students to complete homework assignments and research tasks related to furthering their educational goals.
For patrons with special needs, all library lab workstations include accessibility software including Narrator, Magnifier, On-screen keyboard and an accessibility setup wizard and special tools. All library lab computers have accessible location and height requirements, including two specific workstations that may be requested for easier accessibility to printers and the lab support desk. For more information go to: Library Lab ADA Information
Currently available library computers:
The library labs currently include:
To provide ubiquitous and stable library information systems to enhance student learning, promote information technology literacy, support library information management systems, lead computing lab infrastructure, and participate in university technology initiatives.
We are committted to green and efficient use of technology resources.
(239) 590-7617 or email@example.com or stop by the lab!
Printing Map Installer (select floor and click on printer)
Our systems staff are ready to assist you with any library technology questions you may have.
Systems Office, (239) 590-7619
Library Lab Support Desk, (239) 590-7617
Mario Bernardo, Assistant Director
Parker Fruehan, Coordinator, Computer Applications (239) 590-7628
Chuck Bryan, Senior Computer Support Specialist (239) 590-7662
Guy Cicinelli, Computer Support Specialist (239) 590-7664
Chuck Saint, Senior Computer Support Specialist (239) 590-7622