The David W. Howe Memorial Library makes over 160 computers available for the use of our patrons.
Types of Computers Available
- Desktops for UVM Affiliates
Users logon with their UVM NetID to gain access to productivity software suites such as Mathematica, Microsoft Office, and SPSS. See Software on Library Computers for a list of software.
- Public Access Terminals
These Linux-based terminals are available to all library users for use of e-mail and the Internet.
- Desktops with Specialized Software
These desktops are available to all library users with specific tasks to perform. The locations of these machines include Maps, Microforms, and the Center for Multimedia Development.
Laptops in the Library
Library visitors are welcome to bring their own laptops and plug into our available network jacks.
Location of network jacks
- Cyber Cafe
- Second floor along the north wall opposite the main staircase
Requirements for network access
- Network card
- Network cable
Network cables may be borrowed from the Howe Library Circulation Desk
Printing from a Laptop to Library Printers
Library visitors can use the Pharos Print Center to print to library printers.
UVM's wireless networks (both Cat's PAWS and UVM) are available in a majority of the David W. Howe Memorial Library, however, use of these wireless networks are restricted to UVM faculty, staff and students.
Requirements for wireless networking
- UVM NetID
- Wireless card (802.11b or better)
- AND either of the following: