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How Do I Use a Computer?

How do I use a computer? 

The MI Library has two computer labs, the Commercial Public Computer Lab and the Student NIPRPNP computer lab.  There are 14 computers in the Commercial Public Computer Lab. To access the commercial computer lab, sign into the binder for computer access and a library technician will log you into a computer. Commercial computers are CAC enabled and do not require accounts for use. Commercial computers are mapped to the Lexmark printer and prints can be retrieved from the printer sitting between computers 1 and 2.  

There are 38 computers in the Student NIPR PNP room. The Student NIPR PNP computer lab requires network accounts initiated by a USAICoE course. Please confirm with your assigned USAICoE course for access status. You must use your CAC to log into the Student NIPRPNP stations. After logging into the NIPRPNP computer, send your print job to the Lexmark Network Printer located in the lab.  You must remove your CAC from the computer and insert it into the printer to retrieve your print in queue.   

Wifi is not currently available in the MI Library. 

If you have questions about the library or need assistance, we are happy to help. Please contact us at (520) 533-4100 or stop by the library today.