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Computers: What hardware and software is available to the public?
As a member of the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) and as a land-grant institution, we proudly serve Kansas residents. In addition to millions of books, you are welcome to use and have free public access to government information popular software programs, and hundreds of scholarly databases. Over 200 computers, printers, scanners, and photocopiers are scattered throughout Hale's InfoCommons. The Anita C Lehner 24-hour Study Area has Mac computers and a printer, and these computers require a K-State eID and password to access. The rest of the computers in Hale Library do not require a log in and if you need a few pages printed out, we'll be happy to print these for you at Library Help.
For assistance with the software or the computers, contact the IT Help Desk, 2nd floor of Hale Library (785-532-7722). For assistance with the databases or with your information needs, Ask a Librarian.
Fiedler Engineering, K-State at Salina, Math/Physics, Weigel Architecture, and the Veterinary Medical libraries
To learn what hardware and software is available on the computers at any of these libraries, contact the individual library directly