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Technology in the Library: Overview



---- COVID-19 UPDATE -----
Note that seating has been spaced and reduced to comply with social distancing guidelines.

Masks are required at all times in the library unless eating in the Café area. Thank you.


McKillop Library is an active, comfortable space that encourages students to explore, create and collaborate in a technology-rich environment.


  • Over 70,000 total square feet
  • 3 technology-equipped study rooms and an individual study cube, which can be reserved online
  • Combined total of over 250 seats in a mixture of configurations to accommodate individual and group study
  • Silent floor (3rd FL) with individual study carrels
  • Collaborative study areas with moveable whiteboards
  • Curriculum Resource Center for Education majors
  • Makerspace (2nd FL) for crafting and creativity
  • Provides an all-purpose meeting place plus exhibits and events
  • McKillop Café featuring full Starbucks menu and comfortable seating areas

Resources & Technology

  • 48 PC and 16 Mac desktop workstations preloaded with software
  • 5 network printers with scan-to-email, double-sided and color printing features; wireless printing also available (PC and Mac compatible)
  • Wireless access throughout the building
  • Access to the libraries’ physical collections and services
  • Microfilm reader (2nd FL)
  • PC with Kurzweil document/screen reading software (1stFL)


Systems & Technology Librarian

Lori Barile's picture
Lori Barile
McKillop Library 129