Computers are located throughout the library for both individual and group use. There are two collaborative screen-sharing stations on the second (main) floor of the library and all group study rooms are equipped with flat screen TVs connected to computers, with the ability to connect laptops as well. (Additional information about the technology available in group study rooms is available on our Room Reservations page.) Carrels with computers on the 1st and 3rd floors provide individual quiet areas to work.
Wireless access is available for IU students, faculty, and staff, and community borrowers. More information about accessing the wireless networks at IU is available from the IU Knowledgebase.
Library printers on the second (main) floor are multi-function devices; they allow you to print, copy, and scan. All workstations are networked for printing capability. Use your Crimson card for easy card-swipe authentication at printers.
Questions about printing, copying, and scanning may be directed to UITS at their walk-up help desk (University Center South 212) or via phone at (812) 941-2447.
Adaptive Technology Center
The purpose of the Adaptive Technology Center (ATC) at the Indiana University Southeast Library is to help people with disabilities of all ages throughout the community enhance their lives and increase their independence and productivity through the use of adaptive technology.
Technology available in the Adaptive Technology Center.
Library Instruction Lab
The Library instruction lab, located on the second floor (LB235), includes student computers plus an instructor's station. The instruction lab is available as a public computer lab when it is not being used for instruction.