The Loveridge Computer Lab is located on the main floor of Bizzell Memorial Library, next to the West entrance and across from the main Circulation Desk. A number of computers are available for OU students, staff, and faculty; additionally, customers not affiliated with OU can request a guest log-in from the computer lab staff. A variety of software is available for all users. Multiple scanners and printers are also available in this lab.
At the Research Help Desk located in the Loveridge Computer Lab, OU Libraries’ student employees will assist you with your research questions, while also helping you become more comfortable and confident navigating the OU Libraries’ website and databases.
The computers in the Loveridge Computer Lab are equipped with a variety of software, including the Adobe suite and Microsoft Office.
The Computer Lab in Bizzell Memorial Library now features an assistive technology computer. The computer includes ZoomText software and keyboard, which allows for screen magnification and visual enhancements for low-vision users, as well as both JAWS and NVDA screen reader software for people who are blind or have low vision.
Patrons have access to Windows and Apple computers. The computers come with a variety of software applications that are available to students.
Copy machines are available throughout the library. Patrons have access to scan and produce copies of documents using the copy machines.
iPads are available for checkout for instructors and students. iPads are a mobile computing tablet that have touch screen qualities of a smartphone and the qualities of a laptop.
Laptops are available in Windows or Apple options. These devices are portable and come with a variety of software applications.
Printers are available for instructors and students throughout the library. The printers can be used to print documents by accessing a library computer that is wirelessly connected to the device.
Scanners are generally located in computer stations in the library. The flatbed scanners are a great way to scan and deliver documents through a computer.
Wi-Fi access is available in all rooms of the library. Instructors and students can access the internet by wirelessly connecting to the University's wi-fi network.