Library Systems & Technology: our mission, services offered, and team information
What We Do
To provide a flexible and reliable technology environment for the university library that enhances student learning, promotes information technology literacy, and supports scholarship and faculty research. The Library Systems & Technology department supports library information management systems, maintains library servers and applications, manages the library computing lab environment, and participates in university-wide technology initiatives.
- General computing and software assistance in the lab
- Printing support from library computers
- Manual library printer installation support for laptops
- Wireless connectivity access and support
- Maintains library technology webpages
- Electronic access to library resources and connectivity support
- Provides off-campus access to library resources
Who We Are
Library Systems & Technology:
Library Systems & Technology Office, (239) 590-7619
Mario Bernardo, Associate Director (239) 590-7621
Guy Cicinelli, Library Systems Application Lead (239) 590-7664
Brian Chewning, Library Systems Analyst III (239) 590-7628
Chuck Saint, Library Systems Analyst III (239) 590-7622
Cody Jacobson, Library Systems Analyst II (239) 590-7616
Library Lab ADA Information:
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 meet 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
The Library Systems & Technology department is committed to efficient use of technology resources, recycling, and power savings:
- Since late 2008, the library's lab and staff printers have been using 100% recycled paper.
- The Library Systems & Technology team also participates in programs for the sustainable recycling of toner cartridges, small electronics, and "paper mining" (re-using used paper).
- Since January 2007, approximately 250 of the library’s computers have been configured to automatically shut-down for a minimum of 50-70 hours per week (with longer shut down times during winter breaks, summer and intersession periods).
An estimate of the power savings to the university since program inception in 2007 is:
|Per Month||To Date|
|Electricity Saved:||5,139 kWh||570,448 kWh|
|University Funds Saved:||$539||$59,802|