The Office of Library Technology has announced the following changes to the University Libraries’ public computers for the spring semester. Continue reading
While this blog’s primary focus is the academic software installed on public computers in the UA Libraries, we occasionally highlight other library and campus services and spaces at the intersection of academics and technology.
This week, the Office of Library Technology, along with the Office of Disability Services and the Center for Instructional Technology, offered workshops on ZoomText and other accessibility software available in the Libraries as well as accessibility options built into the Windows 7 and Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks) operating systems. Continue reading
The University Libraries continues to add software to our computers to support academic needs. Here are some of the recent changes made to software installed on the public computers in Gorgas, Hoole, McLure, and Rodgers libraries. Continue reading
The UA Libraries Software List lists the software installed on public computers in Bruno, Gorgas, Hoole, McLure, and Rodgers libraries. Users can browse by name or category, then select the desired software to read a description and find out on which computers it is available (operating system and location), its version(s), and installed pieces or plugins. Continue reading