Computing

Most of the John M. Pfau Library's computers are located on the 1st floor—in PL-111 (next to Café au Lib), PL-1003 (near the elevators), and in the Reference area. There also are a few computers near the elevators on floors 3, 4, and 5. One terminal on each of the upper floors searches only the Pfau Library Catalog. All computers are normally available whenever the library is open.

A login is required on all terminals except catalog-only terminals. CSUSB students, faculty, and staff use your MyCoyote login. All others, please see our Library Terminals Use Policy for complete details.

All of the computers print. Please see Printing and Copying for details.

Additional Equipment Available for Check Out

Laptops are available to CSUSB students at the Check-Out Desk for a four-hour loan. They print wirelessly to Printer 3 at the Reference Desk. Read more about the Laptop Lending Program. Graphing Calculators too! Read more about the Calculator Lending Program.

Go to the Library Multimedia Center (LMMC) in PL-5005 to check out iPads. Read more about the iPad Lending Program.

Electricity

Electrical outlets are located throughout the library. Most of the study cubicles have electrical outlets around the base of each unit. Please do not place your power cords where people can trip over them.

Wireless Network

Wireless Internet access is available for CSUSB users throughout the library building and in most buildings on campus. Read the Wireless Network FAQs. Guests, please be advised that the campus wireless network is restricted and requires a login. Contact the Campus Help Desk (909 537-7677) for further information about wireless connection options for guests.

Wireless Printing

Printer 3 is available for wireless printing. It is located on the north side of the Reference Desk, on the first floor of Pfau Library. Some set up is required. See Wireless Printing for details.

Public Scanner

A scanner for public use is located in PL-1003. You may print, save, or email files. Saving a file requires either a USB drive or use of one of the several popular cloud services, such as Dropbox or Google Drive.