This fall: computing and networked printing will be available for students in the Library.

Last academic semester, E. S. Bird Library began a computing and printing pilot program for SU students. During the trial 10 General Reference Area computers were installed with Microsoft Office software (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, and PhotoEditor), networked campus printing, and student directory files, in addition to access to the Internet and library online resources.

This fall the Library will expand this program to bring students additional computing software on these machines (similar to that of other labs around campus), as well as several more throughout the third and fourth floors of E. S. Bird Library and in the Science and Technology Library. A NetID login and password are needed to access the machines.





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