The Library has 43 Mac workstations.
The ones located on the south wall, near the bookstacks windows, are dual-boot.
The first set of workstations are PC boot, and the back set of workstations are Mac boot.
The iMacs have Intel Core i5 quad-core processors and 21" 1920-by-1080 resolution screens. The screens offer a 1000:1 contrast ratio and a 16:9 aspect ratio. The computers are available to anyone with a SXU NetId and password.
The library also circulates 35 Mac laptops for use within the library. These may be borrowed from the circulation desk.
Anyone using the computers must comply with the SXU Acceptable Use Policy.
Do you have your own computer? Our library is designed around the computing needs of students. The entire Library is wireless, and there are dual outlets every ten feet in the reading-room floor. The group-study rooms have power and data ports.
The Library has six touchscreen scanners and document feeders. ALL SCANS ARE FREE. You are charged only if you print your documents. The state-of-the-art high-speed BookScan stations can scan documents up to ledger size in under five seconds at 200 dpi. The Bulletscan document feeders can copy up to 40 pages in duplex mode up to legal size in either color or black and white at 300 dpi.
Files can be saved to a flashdrive, sent to your email, or sent to the printers.
The Library has multiple printers, all designed for fast, efficient service for students.
A black and white page is 15 cents; color is 60 cents.
The two black and white printers on the main level are HP 9050dn. The normal print speed is up to 50 pages per minute with a resolution of 600x600 dots per inch.
The color printer is a HP Color LaserJet CP6015xh. The normal quality print speed in color or black and white is up to 40 pages per minute with a resolution in either b&w or color up to 1200x600 dots per inch.
The wireless printer near the group study rooms is a black and white HP LaserJet P4015n. The normal print speed is up to 52 pages per minute with a resolution up to 1200x1200 dots per inch.