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Computers in the Library

Both South and North Campus Libraries have Library computers available for affiliated clients with software programs to support research and clinical care. Consult the South Campus Main Floor map or North Campus Floor Map for locations of all computer workstations and specific software application workstation locations.

Software applications include Microsoft Office 2013, Microsoft OneNote 2013, EndNote X8, MATLAB 2018a, SAS 9.4, SPSS 25, SigmaPlot 13, GraphPad Prism 7.03, Sophos AntiVirus, Adobe Creative Suite 5, Acrobat Reader DC, and Acrobat Professional. Web browsers include the latest versions of Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome.

Library Digital Media Production Studio has additional applications including Camtasia Studio, Cyberlink Video/Audio Production Suite, and Morea usability testing software.

Resources available at both South and North Campus Libraries include PCs running on the Microsoft Windows 7 operating system, color scanners, and networked b/w and color laser printers. Wireless printing is also available in the Library for PCs. More information.

Due to frequent wiping of hard drives to maintain security and operating optimization, saving content to any Library workstation hard drive is strongly discouraged. You may use OneDrive, email your documents to yourself, or bring your own secure flash drive.

All South Campus (main) Library computers are located on the Main Floor in the Computer Commons area as well as individual and group study rooms. Consult the South Campus Library Computer Commons map below for the locations of additional software applications mentioned above. These designated workstations will also be marked with appropriate signage at both Library locations. North Campus Branch Library computers with special software programs are located on the left side of the computer commons area.