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Last Updated: Jun 17, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Monitors in Study Rooms

40" wall-mounted monitors are available in two study rooms on the main floor.  They are the perfect compliment to those long, group study sessions allowing you to easily share the screen of a laptop, smartphone, or iPad.  Adapters to connect various electronic devices are available for check out at the Circulation Counter.


Computers in the library

The library has 39 student workstations on the main level.  In the Curriculum Materials Center (lower level) there are 6 PCs, 3 iMacs, and 3 flatbed scanners.

Students can check out one of 15 laptops at the Circulation Counter.  Laptops check out for 4 hours and must be used in the library.

The library alcove has a workstation outfitted with a boxlight.  Stop at the Reference Counter or call 740-351-3321 to book this workstation to practice presentations and/or meet with a study group.


Software in the library

Arrow The following software is available on the library's student workstations:

  • Aleks (Internet Explorer plug-in)
  • Mathematics 7.0
  • GSP5 (Geometer Sketch Pad)
  • Mental Health II
  • Mental Health III
  • GDP Stand Alone Keyboarding (West Bank only)
  • SPSS (West Bank only)
  • VCE (Virtual Clinical Experience)

Arrow The Curriculum Materials Center student workstations have terrific software loaded on them for the Teacher Education program.

  • Inspiration (mind mapping software)
  • Exam View Pro Test Generator
  • CPS (Classroom Performance System)
  • 3 HP Scanners and Adobe Photoshop Elements

Arrow EndNote Web Plug-ins for Internet Explorer and Word are installed on all student workstations.

The EndNote Web toolbars for Microsoft® Internet Explorer and Firefox provide time saving tools to aid you in your online research.The tools provided in these toolbars are:

  • EndNote Web – Links to EndNote Web
  • Capture – Obtains bibliographic information from the current page and saves it to Unfiled
  • Help – Opens Help

Use the Cite While You Write Plug-in to insert references, and format citations and bibliographies automatically while you write your papers in Word. The Windows plug-in also allows you to save online references to your library in Internet Explorer

Do you need help using EndNote Web?  Take a look at this tutorial.

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