To print in color from a public workstation,
Your print jobs will print to the color printer/copier on the 2nd floor.
It costs $0.50 per page that will be charged to your U-bill.
You will need your UNI ID to swipe at the printer to get your print job.
If you need help, ask at any service desk.
The library has laptops, both Macs and PCs, that can be checked out by UNI students using your UNI ID for 3 hours for use in the library only. There are also a limited number of library laptops for week-long checkout.
For laptop checkout, stop by the Library Services Desk located on the second (main) floor.
The library has both wireless and hardwired access on all floors for personal computers that have configured their devices with UNI WiFi.
Wireless Access for UNI users: To connect to the UNI WiFi, use your CatID & passphrase when prompted.
Eduroam: UNI is part of the Eduroam network, which allows you to log into wifi on many college campuses nationwide. For more about Eduroam, click HERE.
There are many areas on the 2nd and 3rd floors designated to work on assignments as a group.
Moving Carts with a 47 inch tv screens that can be pulled up to a table for a group to work together. One laptop can be plugged in to capture the computer screen on the large tv screen.
Our U-shaped tables allow groups to work together and plug up to 6 laptops into it. With a click of a button, groups are able to change whose computer screen is visible on the large tv screen. Adapters are available at the Tech Desk, if necessary. Plugins are available to allow laptop charging while you work with your group.
These collaborative stations are scattered throughout the 2nd and 3rd floor that allow groups to work with dual monitors.
There is a collaborative group area in our Youth Collection where groups can work together with a large screen.
The library has several clusters of computers for public use. UNI users can login into the library computers using their CatID.
Guests can gain access to the library computers by getting a day pass or a long term visitor card from the Library Services Desk.
Use of library owned computers is governed by the Acceptable Use Policy for Library Public Computers.