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Technology

Overview

The APU Libraries provide computers, Internet access, printers, and photocopiers for use by library patrons. The APU community may also reserve the Sakioka training lab for technological instruction.

To serve those with disabilities, the William V. Marshburn Memorial Library offers assistive technology resources, including Kurzweil 3000, Zoomtext, J.A.W.S., MagniSight.

Computer Workstations

Computer workstations with Internet access and application software are available in several locations on the Azusa campus: Marshburn Library, the Ahmanson Information Center located in Darling Library, the Theology Library, and at each Regional Center.

The Libraries offer PC workstations loaded with Internet Explorer, Firefox, EndNote, SPSS, and Office 2010 (Excel, OneNote, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Word). IMT lab technicians are available in Marshburn and Darling Libraries to help with software, hardware, and access issues.

Wireless Access

Wireless network access is available anywhere on the APU campus as well as at each Regional Center. A guest wireless network is available, but access to secured wifi networks is restricted to current APU students, faculty, and staff with an APU NetID and password.

Printers

When you print your document, it will be sent to a central print release station. Directions for sending print jobs are available by the library workstation carrels. Printing costs $.10 per page for black and white and $.50 per page for color.

An APU ID card pre-loaded with Cougar Bucks is required for all printing. Cougar Bucks may be added to an APU ID card online, at the One Card Office inside Cougars' Den Cafe on East Campus, or at the Bookstore window next to Heritage Court on West Campus.

Photocopiers

Black and white copies cost $.10 per page. An APU ID card pre-loaded with Cougar Bucks is required for all copying. Cougar Bucks may be added to an APU ID card online, at the One Card Office inside Cougars' Den Cafe on East Campus, or at the Bookstore window next to Heritage Court on West Campus.

Visitors and community patrons may use cash to purchase pre-paid copy cards in Darling and Marshburn Libraries.

Fax Machines

There are no public fax machines in either Marshburn, Darling, or the Theology libraries. A fax machine is available for student use in the Bookstore.