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 some assistive technology resources.
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 Campus.
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 the Marshburn, Darling, and Stamps Libraries to help with software, hardware, and access issues.
Wireless network access is available anywhere on the APU campus as well as at each Regional Campus. 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.
APU has partnered with WEPA for pay-for-print services. Printing for students and guests is simple and easy using WEPA print stations. When you print your document, it will be sent to a central print release station. Directions for sending print jobs are available by the printer workstation carrels. Learn more about how WEPA works.
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- Cougar Bucks
- Credit/debit cards: VISA, MasterCard, AmericanExpress, Discover
- Venmo or PayPal
APU ID cards must be pre-loaded with Cougar Bucks to pay for 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 Campus Store on Duke Student Commons West Campus.
Photocopies are priced at the same rate as listed above under Cost of Printing. Direct photocopying is not available on the WEPA printers. However, patrons may scan copies from scanners attached to printers and print from scanned digital files.
There are no public fax machines in either Marshburn, Darling, or the Theology libraries. A fax machine is available for student use in the Campus Store.
Video Recording Studio
Located in Marshburn Library, the Video Recording Studio is a joint effort with University Libraries, CTLA/ITT, and IMT. The Video Recording Studio (also known as the “One Button Studio”) empowers faculty, staff, and students to easily record high-quality videos without any experience. Common uses for this studio include course lectures and presentations, practice interviews, business pitches, marketing videos, and more. It features an HD camera, professional lighting, a 75-inch touchscreen display, and a green screen—all controlled by an easy-to-use panel.