Answered By: Nancy Alzo
Last Updated: Oct 22, 2017     Views: 45

In Crumb Library, there are over 90 desktop computer workstations.  These are "dual boot" computers -- you can log on using either Windows or Mac as your operating system. Log on using your campus computer account (CCA).  If you are a guest in the library use one of the computers adjacent to the Help Desks. You can have access to Internet browsing by logging on with the user name and password: Internet. 

The largest group of computers are located adjacent to the Help Desk and the printers on the main floor.  It is quick and easy to check to find a computer here. By default, all printing from the library's computers is directed to the B&W printers by the Help Desks.  The option for color printing is also offered in your print menu.

There are four workstations adjacent to the lobby that are designated for printing only.   These are intended to turn over quickly and are a good choice when you simply need to access and print a document.

In the group study area to the left of the stairs, some of the large tables also have computers.  Prioity is given to use by groups of three or more working on a project together.

There are 36 desktop computers on the second floor in our individual study area.  Look along the back wall, by the elevator and midway along the stacks shelving for these workstations.  This is the location of choice if you want to work quietly on your own.

Crumb Circulation Desk has 12 Windows laptop computers that you can sign out for in-library use with your SUNYCard.  Wireless (W@SP) is available throughout the building.  You can connect your personal devices to the wireless network also. 

Two computers are available in the Crumb Research Center on the main floor.  Just check the sign by the door to make sure that the room is not scheduled for research assistance before using these computers.

Crane Library offers both desktop computers and laptops for sign out as well.  The Crane Midi Lab is located in the library.

For information on computing and available resources elsewhere on campus check this link to the CTS web site.

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