Computers and printing
General public computing (2nd, 3rd floors)
- Public computers are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Get visitor computer access at the 2nd floor service desk (valid government issued ID required).
- Two computer scanners are available on the 2nd floor for color and black and white scans.
Specialized computer workstations (2nd floor)
- Seven specialized computer workstations feature dual or extra large monitors.
- Software includes: ArcGIS, Adobe Creative Suite, Audacity, iMovie, JMPPro, NVIVO, Open Refine, R, SPSS, SAS, and Tableau Public.
- External hard drives are available for checkout at the 2nd floor service desk for projects with large storage requirements.
- Priority use is given for use of multimedia, statistics, GIS or data visualization tools.
Collaborative computing (2nd floor)
- Collaborative monitor lets you plug in your computing device and share on a 42 inch monitor. It is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Data Visualization Center has a high-performance computer with specialized software as well as a 75 inch monitor and group seating area for presenting and sharing data on a larger scale. Reserve the Data Visualization Center.
- Computer Learning Lab provides computers classroom setting supports hands-on learning. The Learning Lab is open for general use when not in use for a class.
Wireless access is available throughout the Bio-Medical Library via the University’s network.
Printing and copying (2nd floor)
Black and white copy and print machines are available at a cost of $.10/side. Wireless printing is available.
- Self-serve machines accept payment via Gopher GOLD on your U Card or copy card. Departmental users with EFS accounts can use a departmental copy card.
- Add value to your U Card or Gopher Gold Card with cash at the 2nd floor ValuePort, or online.
- Enter a job name and an ID (any recognizable name).
- Go to the Uniprint station located on the 2nd floor of the library.
- Swipe your U Card or GopherGold card on the keyboard next to the printer.
- Select your print job from the list of pending jobs on the computer workstation. Click Print to accept, and then log out.
- All print jobs will stay on the Uniprint menu for exactly two hours after you send them.
Materials may be copied and distributed when they are:
- in the public domain, or
- used with permission from the copyright holder, or
- used under the provisions of a contract or license agreement, noting that agreements may differ from, and often take precedence over, what is allowed under copyright law, or
- used under the provisions of Library Copying, U.S. Copyright Act, 17 U.S.C. Section 108 or, to the extent possible for University-related instructional or scholarly purposes, under Fair Use, 17 U.S.C. Section 107, as outlined in the Classroom Guidelines, or as determined using a case-by-case four-factor analysis.
The Libraries have the right to refuse copy services requests on the basis of law-related or administrative concerns. Visit the Libraries' copyright site for more information about copyright policies.