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Cofrin Library

Computers and Wireless

Computers

The library houses the second largest computer lab on campus.

Check availability: Computer Lab Map

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Computers are located on:

  • 2nd floor
    • 1 Kiosk (Internet and Printing Only) computer
    • 1 Black/White printer
  • 3rd floor
    • 33 Windows computers
    • 15 Windows computers in 304 Lab – available when lab is not in use
    • 3 Mac computers
    • 3 Kiosk (Internet and Printing Only) computers
    • 1 Accessibility Workstation
    • 2 Black/White printers
    • 1 Color printer
  • 4th - 6th floors
    • Several Windows computers
    • Several Windows computers in open study rooms
    • Several Windows computers in reservable study rooms
    • 1 Mac computer in open study room on 6th floor
    • 1 large plasma monitor in 605M
  • 7th floor (Archives and ARC)
    • Several Windows computers
    • 1 scanner

Laptops

Laptops are available to UWGB students for checkout from the Public Services Desk on 3rd floor. For more information, see the Equipment guide

Guest Access

Guests may access library resources on the computers located at Table 3 or by using the internet-only kiosks at Table 1 on the 3rd floor.  All
computers are available to UWGB students, staff, and faculty.

Printing

Printing is available on all computers throughout the library and print jobs are sent to the 2 black/white printers and 1 color printer located on the 3rd floor of the library. There is also an internet and printing only kiosk and print station located just outside the 2nd floor library entrance that is available when the library is closed. For more information about printing, see Copiers, Printers, Scanners.

Software

For specific software configurations see the Software Configurations list from Computing and Information Technology.

Wireless Access

Wireless access is available throughout the library. For information on using the UWGB wireless network, see Computing and Information Technology: