Computers in the Library
There are approximately 35 computer workstations on the first floor of the Library. Use of these computers is governed by COCC's Acceptable Use of Information Technology Resources policy (G-22-0).
COCC Students, Faculty, and Staff
Log in with your COCC username (your email without the @cocc.edu) and password. For assistance, ask the computer lab attendant at the Reference Desk.
Community members who wish to use the Library's computer workstations may sign up for a 180-day network account. Visit the Circulation Desk for more information.
The Multimedia Center is located behind the KIC scanner by the Reference Desk (see map). These computers have ArcGIS and the complete suite of Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) programs installed (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat, and more).
You must use a personal Adobe ID to log in to Creative Cloud. To register, visit adobe.com and click "Sign In" at the top right, then click "Get an Adobe ID."
One workstation on the first floor is wheelchair accessible. The station is equipped with a special large-font keyboard. Patrons who require these accommodations have priority for using this station.
The two stand-up kiosks near the Reference Desk on the first floor of Barber Library require no login to use. Because these computers are public and unlocked, take care to protect your information when using them.
- Do not save any personal documents on the kiosk computers.
- If you log in to your own email, cloud storage, or other accounts through a browser, log out of these accounts as soon as you are finished.
When printing from a kiosk, the jobs will display at the printing station under the generic username "patron."
The two kiosks on the second floor of the library are catalog look-up computers. You can use them to search for Barber Library and Summit resources.
When you're finished with your research, click the Log Out icon pictured in the instructions taped to the top of the kiosk monitors. After five minutes of inactivity, these kiosks will log out automatically.
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