Computer Locations

A map of computer locations on the first floor of the library

A map of computer locations on the first floor of the library.

Computers are located in/at:

  • PL-1003 Innovation Lab (for use only with specialized lab software and equipment)
  • The Computer Area located at the left of the front entrance of the library
  • PL-111
  • Borrow laptops at the Check-Out Desk

Desktop Computers

Refer to the map above for first floor locations. These computers have:

  • Adobe Reader
  • Firefox
  • Google Chrome
  • Internet Explorer
  • Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word)

You must use your MyCoyote login in order to access all of the software.

A Few More Desktop Computers Upstairs

On floors 2-5, there are several computers near the elevators. Please note that on each floor one of the workstations will only search our online catalog.

Laptop Computers

Go to the Check-Out Desk (have your Coyote OneCard handy) to borrow MacBook Pro laptops capable of using either Windows or MacOS. Please read about our Laptop Lending Program. Laptops have:

Mac OS X Windows 7
  • Microsoft Office
  • Safari, Firefox, Chrome
  • iMovie
  • GarageBand
  • Zotero
  • Microsoft Office
  • Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome
  • SPSS
  • Zotero

ADA Accessible Computers

There are seven workstations in the library:

  • 1st Floor – one in the computer area near the Research Assistance Desk, and one in PL-111.
  • Floors 2-5 – one on each floor near the elevators plus one additional workstation in our classroom, PL-2005.

Each station provides the CSUSB Assistive Technology & Accessibility Center’s (ATAC) supported assistive technology software, which includes on-screen magnification, screen reading, voice recognition, optical character recognition (OCR), and literacy software. In addition, there are two cameras at each station: one for video magnification and a scanning camera for OCR. Other hardware includes a fully ergonomically adjustable split keyboard, a high contrast keyboard, and an electrically adjustable desk and ergonomic chair. One feature of these stations that students appreciate is the ability to quickly scan and create audio versions of their textbooks, which can make long commutes more productive and provides multiple modalities for information retention.

For training in using these workstations, please contact Christine Fundell, Accessibility Specialist, 909-537-4356, or Leon McNaught, Accessible Technology Initiative Coordinator, 909-537-3474, or go to ATAC’s assistive technology lab in PL-1109 (in the Wedge part of the PL building).


ALL library computers will print. Please see Printing and Copying for details. Wireless printing for your personal laptop or iOS/Android device also is possible. Please follow the instructions for Wireless Printing.


A Scannx scanner for public use is located in the Copy Machines room on the 1st floor. You may print, email, or save files. Saving a file requires either a USB drive, smartphone, or Google Drive.