Got a project to research, type and print out?
Working on a group project and need a large screen monitor to view your content?
Need a scanner for your project?
A quick charge of your mobile device?
... Visit Dupré Library!
We have selected resources to support and enhance student learning and the research and scholarship activities of the University. The following are some of the technologies available in the Library.
Includes Webcams, Headsets, Players for DVDs, Blu-Rays, Cassettes and CDs, LCD Monitors, Microforms Readers, TV/VCR Combos, and more; inquire at the Circulation Desk
For the visually impaired; inquire at the Circulation Desk
30 secure lockers on the 1st floor in the alcove behind the Bib Lab SMART classroom provide power outlets for charging laptops; see Laptop Charging Lockers Policy
For mobile devices, including phones and tablets; around the Library in various locations; please be responsible for watching your devices while they are charging
Large monitors and whiteboards allow groups to view information, work together on projects and create group presentations; see Collaboration Stations
- Gloria S. Cline Bibliographic Instruction Laboratory (Bib Lab) SMART Classroom
- Graduate Student Computer Lab
- Reference Online Center (ROC) Lab
- STEP Lab
Access to thousands of electronic books and journals; see Research
Includes DVDs, CDs, Records, Cassettes, Microforms, and Streaming Videos; see Media
Rechargeable battery-powered generators have an AC outlet, DC input and output, and USB charging ports to power your devices; includes a 4-in-1 data transfer and quick charging cable (2 iP (Lightning) + Type-c + Micro); available to rent for four hours; inquire at the Circulation Desk
Printers are available to students with a print limit of 250 pages per semester; see Printing
The majority of the Library's online resources and databases are accessible off-campus 24/7; see Remote Access Information
Using touch screen technology and an overhead scanner, self-service KIC Scanning Stations allow the editing and sending of free scans in a variety of file formats to a USB drive, Cloud Storage, QR Code, the MyDocs app, or an email address.
- 1st Floor — Catalog Station (in front of the Elevators)
- 1st Floor — Copy Center
- 2nd Floor — Main Hallway Stacks (near shelf T 1-22)
- 3rd Floor — Jefferson Caffery Reading Room
- 3rd Floor — Ernest J. Gaines Center
A microfilm scanner is located in the 3rd floor Jefferson Caffery Reading Room.
Stocked with USB flash drives and other supplies; maintained by an outside vendor
Wired Network Connections
Wired network connections in the 2nd floor Collaboration Stations
University's latest generation Wireless Network throughout the building