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Computer Use

General Information

There are 6 desktop computers on the first floor, 12 desktop computers in the Teaching Lab on the second floor in room 211, and 6 desktop computers in the Media Lab on the third floor in room 311. Data ports are available for laptop network access on all floors of the library.


Printing Services

Information on Print Services can be found here


Computer Use Policy

Western University of Health Sciences provides information technology resources to a number and variety of users, including faculty, staff, students, and visitors. All users have the responsibility to use these resources in an ethical, legal, and responsible manner.

Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors may use the computers on the 1st floor:

  • to access Microsoft Office software,
  • to access the Library’s Web page,
  • to search the Library’s online catalog,
  • or to check email.
  • For more information about the first floor computers, please see our Public Access page

Students, faculty, staff, and alumni may use the Teaching Lab:

  • to do research,
  • to access journal articles,
  • to access the Library’s Web page,
  • to search the Library’s online catalog,
  • to check Western University email,
  • or log into Blackboard.

Students, faculty, staff, and alumni may use the Multimedia Lab:

  • to view videos or filmstrips,
  • to listen to audiocassettes,
  • to use the CDROM software,
  • to do research,
  • to access journal articles,
  • to access the Library’s Web page,
  • to search the Library’s online catalog,
  • to check Western University email,
  • or to log into Blackboard.

Western University’s Internet resources are intended for education and information purposes. The Internet, like all of the Library’s information sources, must be used in a manner that respects the rights of others and does not interfere with the intended use of the information resources. During busy times, workstation use is generally limited to half an hour. If other workstations are not being used, patrons may stay longer.

For more information, please see WesternU’s Acceptable Use Policy.