Answered By: Sanjeet Mann Last Updated: Dec 22, 2015 Views: 105
Computers available for use by University of Redlands students, faculty, staff and administrators are located on every floor of the library.
The second floor has a bank of nineteen Windows computers near the Library Help Desk, including one computer designated for guest use by anyone in the community, two printers, and one computer equipped with a scanner and text-to-speech accessibility software. Three iMacs with digital keyboards and music editing software are located further back near the reference stacks.
The third and fourth floors have Windows computers in some of the study carrels along the outer walls. Each floor also has one printer located near the stairwells.
Library catalog kiosks are located against pillars on the southeast corners of the second and third floor, perfect for quickly looking up a call number.
University of Redlands users can log in to the Windows computers with a MyRedlands username and password, and use the same credentials to print. iMac users should leave the default login account running, but authenticate using their own MyRedlands login and password to print.