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Windows Computers

This information is current as of Fall 2013.

  • 90 Windows 7 computers in the Information Commons with  headphones
  • 26 Windows 7 computers in the Library Classroom with headphones
  • 2 ADA-compliant workstations

Available browsers:

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Google Chrome
  • Microsoft Silverlight


  • Adobe Reader 11
  • Microsoft Office 2010 Professional (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Access, OneNote)
  • Microsoft Office 2013 Professional (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Access, OneNote)
  • NetBeans IDE 7.3
  • NotePad++
  • OPAC (Office Proficiency Assessment & Certification) System 10 -- Requires password. Students enter SS# and press OK.
  • Respondus Lockdown Browser for ChSCC & RODP courses
  • Windows DVD Maker 

The library does not provide training, tutoring, or help with software except for Microsoft Office. Student assistants and librarians can help students with Microsoft Word & PowerPoint.


ADA (American Disabilities Act) Workstations

  • Acrobat Professional
  • Adobe Web Premium CS3
  • CS3 is installed on the two ADA workstation located next to the DVD rack near circulation
  • Eclipse
  • Gregg College Keyboarding and Document Processing Software
  • Jaws 9.0
  • Magnifier
  • Microsoft Office 2010 Professional (Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Word, OneNote...)
  • MyITLab
  • NetBeans IDE 7.0
  • OPAC*
  • Open Book 7.0
  • Power DVD DX
  • Respondus Lockdown Browser for CSCC & RODP courses
  • Scanner Menu
  • Visual Studio
  • Windows Movie Maker

Apple Computers & Software

22 iMac computers with accompanying software and hardware:

  • 2 copies of CS5 Master Collection for Mac (Provided by SGA)
  • 2 copies of CS4 Web Premium
  • 6  headsets with boom microphones (Provided by SGA)
  • 6 SD card readers

Multimedia Studio

To be revised in Fall 2013

The Multimedia Room is also used as a conference room and group study space. It may be reserved for 2 hours at a time. Reserve the room at the Service Desk or by calling Debora Ervin at 697-4448. These computers have the following software:

  • Camtasia Studio 7
  • Microsoft Office 2010 (Access, Excel, Groove, OneNote, PowerPoint, Publisher, SharePoint, Word)
  • Power DVD, Real Player, Windows Media Player, Windows Movie Maker and Acrobat 7 Professional
  • Skype & Webcams are installed on the two computers in the conference/multimedia room.
  • One computer has SpeedEdit.
  • Two have Pinnacle Video Editing Software.
  • QuickBooks
  • Webcams and recording software is installed on the two computers in the conference/multimedia room.


To be revised in Fall 2013

There are six scanners available for students:

  • 2 at the ADA workstations
  • 2 at the multimedia computers (1 Mac/ 1 PC)
  • 1 at student work station
  • 1  in the multi-media/conference room.
  • 1 at the Reference Desk
  • 1 easy scanner at the Help Desk

Campus Technology Help

"What's my TigerID?"

"Why can't I log into eLearn?"

"Who can help me get on the campus WiFi?"

For help with campus technology, call Student Tech Support in the library at 423-697-5595.

You can also find answers at the Student Technology Lifeline.


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