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Undergraduate Guide to the Rohrbach Library: Technology & Equipment at the Library

Undergrad guide to the Library's Public Services.

Equipment that can be borrowed at Information Desk

Equipment is loaned on a first-come-first-served basis.  The library does not take reservations on equipment.

Laptops / iPads available for checkout – 7-day loan period, no renewals, $10/day late fee charged

26 Lenovo Laptops

36 Mac Laptops

9 iPads

Equipment available for checkout – 7-day loan period, no renewals

14 Canon Eos Rebel DSLR cameras

13 Sony camcorders

2 GoPro cameras

8 Eiki Data Projectors

4 voice recorders

8 TI-84 graphing calculators

Equipment available for checkout – library use only

24 Lenovo Laptops

29 Mac Laptops

Headphones

Phone chargers

Dry erase sets

Various adapters

Kindles available for checkout – 28-day loan

4 Kindle paperwhites e-readers

6 Kindle fire tablets

Software on the Computers in the Library

There are computer labs and printers on all three floors of the library both Mac and Windows platforms. Information Technology provides a list of the software in those labs.  Click or tap HERE for the current list.

Printing and Scanning at the Library

Printers:  Each registered student is automatically given 300 sheets of paper of free printing per semester.  After the 300 sheets are used, extensions at the rate of 100 sheets are granted through an online form. There are printers in each of the computer lab areas. The printers default to two-sided printing. If you need single-sided printing or have any other printer issues, stop by or call the Library  (610-683-4480). 


Scanners:  Scanners are available in the Library.  On the Ground Floor there is a scanner in the Curriculum Materials Center.  On the First Floor in the area next to the Computer Lab there are two scanners. 

Scanning is free. Images can be saved to a portable storage device or emailed. 

If you need help, ask at the Information Desk.