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Computing in the Library


Floor 1 (PC)
KAML 116 (PC) when not used for teaching
Floor 2 (PC)
Floor 3 (PC and Mac)
Floor 4 (PC)


Third floor (PC and Mac)

For students who have paid the full lab access fee

Here is detailed information about UMD computer labs and a list of installed software. See library maps for locations within the library.

Library Instruction Labs

KAML 115 - no computers, except a PC instructor station (32 seats)
KAML 116 (PC) basic access lab when not used for instruction (28 seats)

Reserve 116 or 115 for instruction

Classrooms in the Library

KAML 409 Classroom space
KAML 410 Active learning classroom with this equipment (see Lib)
KAML 215 Mathematics Learning Lab

Guest Computers

Community members may use guest computers for two hours per day on the first floor of the Library. Guest wireless is also available for guests with their own device or laptop.


You can print from library computers to print stations on the first and third floor. Print jobs cost $.05 per page for black and white, $1.00 for color. Here are instructions for printing in the library, and maps of printer locations. See ITSS for further information.


Flatbed scanners are available for public use on the first three floors of the Library. These also now serve as photocopiers. See maps for scanner locations.

Wired Network

Wired network jacks can be found in some study carrels on the third and fourth floors, and in some tables in the first floor reading room. See maps. All floors of the library have wireless coverage.

Adaptive Equipment Rooms

The library offers three rooms with adaptive equipment; just follow the circulation desk around to the back: KAML 122, KAML 124, and KAML 126.  For information on specific hardware and software, visit the Assistive Technology page.

Multimedia Hub

The Multimedia Hub is the place for working on video, audio, photos, and websites. They also have equipment to check out. Visit the Multimedia Hub in L260, the library's second floor rotunda.

Mathematics Learning Lab

The Mathematics Learning Lab in KAML 215 offers a computer lab setting for both web-based materials and instructor support. Lectures are replaced with students working at a semi-self-pace, which allows for more individualized instruction.


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Last modified: October 2, 2014
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