Answered By: Courtney Fuson
Last Updated: Jul 08, 2015     Views: 47

There are more than 65 computers available in the library. The majority of these computers are located in the first floor research services area. There are 30 computers in the McWhorter Information Literacy Classroom, or MILC. The MILC is available for student use when no classes are in session.  Check the schedule on the door to see if the area is available. By using a computer on Belmont's campus, users agree to the University's Internet Use Policy.

There are computers available on the third floor of the library as well, in both the Music Library and the Curriculum Lab.

All of the computers in the library are connected to printers, and all of the library's computers require users to log in. Students log in using their myBelmont username and password. Guests and alumni may request a log in from the Research Services desk.

There are four scanners located on the first floor.  Computers 2, 14, 16, and 28 are all equipped with scanners.  There is also a KIC Walk-up Scanner available on the first floor.  The KIC scanner will scan books and other items in seconds and send the file to a USB, email or Google Docs.