Technology in the Library
Media Resources Room 300
Room 300, located on the library's Upper Level, contains media resources and the needed equipment to watch & listen to these items.
- 2 Televisions
- 2 VHS/DVD players
- 3 LP record player
- 3 Audio cassette players
- 3 Compact disc players
Warner Memorial Library has 32 Dell PC computers for public use situated throughtout the library's three floors. All computers contain Microsoft Office.
- Lower Level: 8 computers (1 only for catalog searching)
- Main Level: 12 computers
- Upper Level: 12 computers (1 only for catalog searching)
Mobile Instructional and Design Lab (MIDL)
Created with grant monies awarded from the National Network of Libraries of Medicine Middle Atlantic Region (NNLM/MAR), this mini lab contains 1 Mac computer and 1 PC that the library and faculty use to design mobile-friendly instructional material. It is run by Mark Puterbaugh, Information Services Librarian.
The library has wireless capabilites throughout the building.
The library has 2 WEPA (Wireless Everywhere. Print Anywhere) printers. To print, Eastern students/visitors must pay $0.12 per page (B&W), $0.20 for double-sided or $0.24 per page (color) (see Reference Desk with questions). Wireless printing is available by setting up a free WEPA account at wepanow.com. Our WEPA printers can print letter size only, and in either black and white or color.
- Main Level: 2 printer
The library has 2 photocopiers:
- Color, B&W, and Scanning copier: Main Level. B&W copies are $0.10; Color copies are $0.25; Scanning is free
- B&W copier: Lower Level. Copies are $0.10
The library has a collection of 866,000+ microform items, including a full collection of ERIC documents (Educational Resource Information Center). All are housed at Palmer Seminary. Requested microforms will be retrieved within 1-2 days.
- Warner Library offers he service of printing microform requests for library users. Please visit the Reference Desk for more information
Electronic reserves provide a convenient way to access class materials from the library via their Blackboard accounts.