The goal of the Library Systems Department is to provide online and technology resources to the Library community in a manner consistent with the overall mission of the Library and the University. The Systems office maintains over 260 public and staff PCs and laptops in the library, including the Library Instruction Classroom.
Additional the Systems Department maintains the Library web pages, administers SIRSI (our integrated library system), and works with the library's network including the wireless and bluetooth technologies for the library laptops .
We can also assist patrons who are having trouble gaining access to databases from off campus.
If you have any questions contact, Ms. Margie Maxfield, Systems Librarians by email email@example.com or phone 254-968-1955.
The Systems office staff can assist patrons with acquiring NTNET (network) accounts and passwords.
Software/Applications available on Public Workstations
- Web Browsers
- Internet Explorer 10 or newer
- Firefox 3.1 or newer
- Microsoft Office 2013
- Adobe Creative Cloud
- Acrobat Professional
- MathLab - Pearson's MathXL
- Multimedia Tools
- Windows Media Player
- Windows Movie Maker
- Network printing throughout Library