Technology Services

Library Computer Labs

  • The 24-hour computer lab, located on the first floor of the library next to Captain's Coffee, contains three Macs, 17 PCs, one zoom-text large print keyboard two printers, a Pharos printing station, and a Skyhawk card machine. Ten PCs are accessible in Captain's Coffee.
  • Upstairs computer lab houses 10 Macs, 35 PCs, one zoom-text large print keyboard, one Pharos printing server, and a printer.
  • Library 215 is a computer classroom seating 28 used for Library Instruction classes and special events. The classroom is equipped with Echo 360 to capture and share instruction classes.
  • The library's first floor has 27 computers: 10 designated as student lab computers and 17 designated as OPAC with priority given to walk-up users who want to search the library's catalog.
  • The library's second floor has 6 OPAC computers for searching the library's catalog.

 

Print/Copy/Scan Options

Library computers connect to a Pharos printing station. Printing costs 8 cents per page and must be paid with a Skyhawk ID card or guest debit card; The 24-hour computer lab houses a machine that will allow you to add money to your Skyhawk ID card or purchase a guest debit card for $1.

 

There are two public-access photocopiers in Paul Meek Library. Copies cost 10 cents per page. The first floor copier, located across from the reference desk, takes Skyhawk ID cards or guest debit cards only. The second floor copier, located next to the information desk, takes change only. There is a second-floor change machine that provides dimes for $1 or $5 bills.

 

Two KIC digital scanners are located on the first floor across from the reference desk. These digital scanners are free to any user and provide a digital image that can be emailed or saved to a USB flash drive.

 

Laptops for Checkout

The Steven E. Rogers Media Center has 21 PC laptops that can be checked out to UTM students for in-library use only. They must be returned 10 minutes before the media center closes.

 

Wireless connection is available for visitors with their own computers. Inquire at the Reference Desk for an access code.

 

Kindles

Kindles can be checked out for 2 weeks at the Steven E. Rogers Media Center. There are a number of texts already downloaded onto each Kindle, and patrons can use these Kindles to access books through their own amazon account. Please note: Kindles cannot be used to access the library's collection of eBooks.

 

Audiovisual and Conference Equipment

Audiovisual equipment can be checked out from the Steven E. Rogers Media Center by faculty members or by students with instructor verification that the equipment is needed for a class assignment.

  • Digital Camcorders
  • Digital SLR cameras
  • Tripods
  • Digital projectors
  • Audio Recorders
  • Microphones
  • Slide Projectors
  • Portable projection screens (60", 80" and 100")
  • VCRs
  • 8mm projectors (library use only)
  • 16mm projectors (library use only)
  • Portable Lectern with speakers
  • UTM table cover (2)

Multimedia Work Station

Two multimedia student work stations are located in the Steven E. Rogers Media Center. A description of available hardware and software can be found here.

 

Seminar Room

Two state-of-the-art screening classrooms are located in the Steven E. Rogers Media Center. The large seminar room holds 60, and the small seminar room holds 25. Each room supports any type of media projection, including webcasting, VHS/DVD projection, and digital projection.

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