There is not a stand-alone computer lab in the Libraries, yet there are many computers available for use on every floor of Bracken Library and in the branch libraries; log in using your Ball State credentials.
Find an open computer with our Computer Availability System, and feel free to use the computers in the Schwartz Complex Learning Pod Room if it has not been reserved.
In Bracken Library a great number of software titles are installed on all computers, with the exception of those on First Floor West, which has a more limited selection. The Architecture Library, the Science Library, and the Health Library computers have a wide variety of software.
Additionally, the area south of the Education, Music and Media service desk feature multimedia stations with special video and audio applications.
The Software Locator allows you to search by software title and find a map of where the software is loaded in the libraries.
Users with Ball State credentials can log in to the bsusecure wireless network while visiting the Libraries.
Visitors to Bracken Library may access OneSearch, which includes all the titles our libraries own, free of charge from dedicated workstations marked "OneSearch Only." There are several throughout the library.
Visitors over the age of 14 may acquire full access to library computers, including databases, available software, and Internet connections, through the purchase of a Computer Access Cardat the Circulation/Reserves Desk in the Bracken Library lobby.
For assistance, please contact the Circulation/Reserves Desk in the Bracken Library lobby.