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Computer Peripherals

We have a number of computer peripherals available to all users in our classrooms and labs. Learn about these devices, where they are located, and how to use them.

Scanners

Many labs and classrooms at University Park have flatbed scanners available for student use. You can find a standard format scanner at the following locations:

Atherton 108, Boucke 103, Business 206, Findlay 6, Hammond 317, Life Science 7, Mateer 118, Nursing Sciences 215, Pollock 201, Redifer 205, Sparks 7, Sparks 15, Stuckeman 143, Waring 107, Warnock 107, West Patee 102, Willard 64, Willard 69, and Willard 71.

A large format scanner can be found at the following locations:

Patterson 304 and Patterson 401

Directions for how to use the scanners are available at these locations.

Cintiq Interactive Pen Display

Use the pen directly on the screen to work more quickly and naturally. You can find a standard format scanner at the following locations:

144 Stuckeman

Pens can be checked out from the Architecture and Landscape Architecture Library in 111 Stuckeman.