Computers and printing
General computing is located in the Phillips-Wangensteen Building floor 5, next to the service desk.
- Computers are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Members of the general public are welcome. They will need to get a guest access card in advance to access the library and use computers.
- Many computers feature dual or extra large monitors.
- Specialized software on some computers includes ArcGIS, Adobe Creative Suite, Audacity, iMovie, JMPPro, NVIVO, Open Refine, R, SPSS, SAS, and Tableau Public. Priority use is given for use of multimedia, statistics, GIS or data visualization tools.
- External hard drives are available for checkout at the service desk for projects with large storage requirements.
Wireless access is available throughout the building via the University’s network.
Scanning, printing, and copying
Scan/print/copy machines are located in the Phillips-Wangensteen Building floor 5, next to the service desk and in the Health Sciences Education Center library's Quiet Study area.
- Printing and copying are available in black and white at $.10/side and in color at $.50/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 next to the 5th floor service desk, or online.
- Go to the scan/print/copy station located on the 5th floor.
- Scan your UCard or Gopher Gold card.
- Select job.
- Log out.
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.