Collaborative Computing Spaces: Computers and Printing
OIT computer clusters in student residences, academic buildings, Firestone Library, and the Frist Campus Center offer networked computers, printers, and scanners.
Cluster computers provide productivity tools like Microsoft Office, and Adobe Acrobat Professional, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, and InDesign. For academic work, statistical and research applications, such as MATLAB, are available. Course-assigned videos can be viewed on cluster computers, too.
Need to print a paper? Check for the nearest dorm or OIT computer cluster printer, where printers are provided for student use. Remember to print responsibly and help support the University’s sustainability efforts.
Enhance your multimedia projects at the New Media Center
The New Media Center (NMC) located in Lewis Science Library provides a staffed, high-end computer lab where you can use the latest software & hardware for your projects.
The NMC is open Monday to Wednesday, 1pm-9pm, Thursday-Sunday, 1pm-7pm. No appointment is needed.
NMC staff is available to help you enhance your multimedia projects, scan, color print, burn and duplicate CD/DVD, and assist with production and design.
The NMC also looks to hire student staff.
Study foreign languages and more at the Humanities Resource Center (HRC)
Resources for the study of foreign languages, literatures, and cultures are provided by the Humanities Resource Center (HRC). The large selection of instructional materials and viewing technology will make your independent language study easier. Here, you’ll find the PU video and DVD collection and video reserves, and videos assigned for coursework viewing are available through the HRC, too.