Computers and Technology
The library provides more than two hundred Windows workstations and 12 Mac workstations. Each machine features the latest office productivity suite and many feature advanced graphics and sound editing software.
These productivity tools can be borrowed directly from the Library and IT Service Center on a first-come, first-served basis.
|TI-89 Calculators||4 hours|
|Digital Cameras||3 days|
|Video Cameras||3 days|
|Wacom Tablets||24 hours|
|Voice Recorder||3 days|
|iPhone 5 Charger||2 hours|
|Dry-erase Markers||4 hours|
3D Printing at the Library
The library offers current faculty, staff, and students at Michigan Tech the opportunity to teach, learn, and explore 3D printing, with our new Type A Machines Series 1 printer.
A variety of adaptive technologies are available to assist library users with special needs, including:
- Chroma CCD Magnifier—Used for enlarging small objects and printed books. The magnifier is located next to the plotter in the digital studio (second floor).
- Kurzweil 3000—Comprehensive reading, writing and learning software solution for any struggling reader, including individuals with learning difficulties, such as dyslexia, attention deficit disorder, and those who are English language Learners. Kurweil software is installed on all library computers.
For assistance in using our adaptive technologies, please contact the Library and IT Service Center by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by telephone at (906) 487-2508.