What computers are available in the library?
The Lloyd Sealy Library currently has over 100 computers available in the library for student, faculty and staff use. Some are set aside for special uses. Most of the computers are located on the upper level of the library and are dedicated to researching library databases and the Internet; these are not equipped with Microsoft Office. The computers in the Reserve Room on the lower level have word processing and other software for general use by students. Except for the computers dedicated to searching full-text library databases, CUNY+, or eReserve, all the computers offer internet access.
Funds from the Student Technology Fee have made the purchase of library computers and databases possible.
Where can I type a paper in the library?
A computer lab is located in the Reserve Reading Room of the Library (lower level). The Student Technology Fee has funded 21 Windows computers and 19 iMacs that are equipped with the same software available in the ITSS labs, including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, etc.), SPSS, and more. Full internet access is also available on these computers, although at the busiest times, if lines develop, students who are not engaged with work for their courses might be asked to use another computer elsewhere in the Library or in the College.
The computers are available during Library hours. Computer lab assistants are available to provide help during most open hours.