Answered By: Reference Service
Last Updated: Apr 27, 2020     Views: 161

Almost all Library computers available to the public have software for Internet access as well as a Microsoft Office package which includes Access, Excel, Powerpoint, and Word. Documents may be saved to or opened from flash drives (plug into the back of the computer if no front port or cable is available). You can also save documents to your email or online drive (Google Drive, Dropbox, etc.). Most computers have one shared drive for desktop usage; ask at the reference desks if you have trouble locating this.

Computer labs may be available in your department.  Check with your department.

The library also has laptops for 4-hour checkout

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