Computers and Software (Fall 2020)

UTC Library provides a variety of service points for computer and software use in the building. The information below is specific to our open, common use areas.

We also have specialized rooms and spaces to meet unique technology needs that you may reserve.

If you would like to request department software on a library machine, please read through our information and fill out the software request formFor guidelines about library technology, please read our Computing Resource Use Policy.

Remote Computer Access

Students can also access library computers from off-campus. Review the following lists to see what types of software are available on computers in each area. Follow these instructions to set up your computer for remote access.




There are Windows and Mac desktops computers in the second floor Information Commons. To use a computer, please visit the first floor Check Out Desk to check out a mouse and keyboard.

Access Information Commons Computers Remotely



Windows Software

  • 7-Zip
  • Adobe Acrobat Pro DC
  • Alertus
  • BlueJ
  • EndNote X9
  • ETS Online Testing Browser
  • Google Earth Pro
  • GRETL 2020A
  • Internet Browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome)
  • JASP
  • Kaltura Capture
  • Maple 2020
  • Media Players (Windows Media, VLC)
  • Microsoft Office 2019
  • Microsoft PowerBi
  • MySQL Workbench
  • Pearson OM Explorer, POM QMv5, Simquick
  • R 4.0.2 Revised (with R Studio 1.3.959)
  • SAS 9.4 TS1M6 
  • SPSS 25 (with AMOS 25)
  • Stata 15
  • Tableau 2020.4
  • Tableau Prep 2020.4
  • Zoom
  • Zotero

Mac Software

  • Adobe Acrobat Pro
  • EndNote X9
  • Google Backup and Sync
  • Google Earth Pro
  • Internet Browsers (Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari)
  • Maple 2019
  • Media Players (Quicktime)
  • Microsoft Office 2019
  • R 3.6.1. and RStudio
  • SPSS 25
  • Zoom
  • Zotero

The Studio has 8 Windows and 8 Macs available for walk-in use. All of the Studio computers have specialized design software for creative project work. Additionally, there are digitization stations, an audio suite and other specialized equipment for use. A service desk is staffed every hour the Studio is open.

Access Library Studio Computers Remotely



Specialty Machines

The Studio has several computers for specific projects. Each has a yellow flag on its monitor explaining what they do. They are:

  • 4K/ CAD Workstations: have extra processing power and beefed up graphics for more intense projects.
  • Digitization Workstations: include peripherals for digitizing analog audio, video, and images.
  • Audio Editing Workstations: include Ableton, Native Instruments Maschine, and Logic (Mac only). Two of these workstations are in the main Studio and one is in the Audio Suite.

Windows Software

  • 7-Zip
  • Adobe Creative Cloud 2019
  • Alertus
  • ArcGIS Pro (select machines)
  • ArcGIS Map (select machines)
  • Arduino
  • Audacity with LAME
  • AutoDesk 2019 (Maya, 3ds Max, Civil 3d, Fusion, Revit)
  • AutoCAD
  • BlueJ
  • Camtasia 2018
  • EndNote X9
  • Google Earth Pro
  • Handbrake
  • Internet Browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome)
  • MakerBot Desktop
  • MakerBot Digitizer
  • Media Players (Windows Media, VLC)
  • Microsoft Office 2019
  • Processing
  • Scratch 2
  • SketchBook Pro 2016
  • SketchUp 2019
  • Solidworks 2017
  • Unity

Mac Software

  • Adobe Creative Cloud 2019
  • Analog Lab (Located in Audio Suite only)
  • Audacity
  • AutoDesk 2019 (AutoCAD, Maya)
  • Camtasia 2018
  • EndNote X9
  • Epson Scan (Digitization Workstation)
  • Elgato Video Capture (Digitization Workstation)
  • Final Cut Pro (with Compressor and Motion)
  • Fusion 360
  • Google Earth Pro
  • Handbrake
  • iMovie
  • Internet Browsers (Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari)
  • Logic Pro (Located in Audio Suite only)
  • Media Players (iTunes, Quicktime, VLC)
  • Microsoft Office 2019
  • Native Instruments (Located in Audio Suite only)
  • Numbers
  • Pages
  • SketchBook Pro
  • SketchUp 2019 (Sketchup, Layout, Style Builder)
  • Wacom

UTC Library offers two types of laptops for check out: HPs and Chromebooks. These are available at the 1st floor Check Out Desk for current UTC students, faculty, and staff with a valid MOCS card.

  • 7-Zip
  • Adobe Acrobat Pro DC
  • Alertus
  • BlueJ
  • EndNote X9
  • ETS Online Testing Browser
  • Google Earth Pro 7.1
  • GRETL 2018A
  • Internet Browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome)
  • JASP
  • Maple 2019
  • Media Players (Windows Media, VLC)
  • Microsoft Office 2019
  • Microsoft PowerBi
  • Pearson OM Explorer, POM QMv5, Simquick
  • R 3.3.3 Revised (with R Studio 1.0.136)
  • SAS 9.4 TS1M5
  • SPSS 25 (with AMOS 25)
  • Stata 15
  • Tableau 2019.2
  • Tableau Prep 2019.2

UTC Library, in coordination with the Disability Resource Center, offers a dedicated space for adaptive technology. Resources available in the room, Library 206, are:

  • 3 Windows desktops
  • Dragon NaturallySpeaking (On the computer labeled LIB-DRC-2002)
  • Echo Desktop
  • Optelec (CCTV) printed material magnifier
  • JAWS speech synthesizer
  • Kurzweil 1000/3000 
  • ZoomText screen magnification program
  • ZoomText keyboard 

Headphones may be checked out at the Information Commons Desk on the second Floor

Additional Software on these desktops include:

  • 7-Zip
  • Adobe Acrobat Pro DC
  • Alertus
  • BlueJ
  • EndNote X9
  • ETC Online Testing Browser
  • Google Earth Pro 7.1
  • GRETL 2018A
  • Internet Browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome)
  • Maple 2019
  • Media Players (Windows Media, VLC)
  • Microsoft Office 2019
  • Microsoft PowerBi
  • Pearson OM Explorer, POM QMv5, Simquick
  • R 3.3.3 Revised (with R Studio 1.00.136)
  • SAS 9.4 TS1M5
  • SPSS 25 (with AMOS 25)
  • System Center Endpoint
  • Tableau 2019.2
  • Tableau Prep 2019.2
  • Wolfram CDF Player

There are several Quick Look Up computers providing limited internet access and printing capabilities on the second floor of the library.

Important Notice about Saving Files

We do not store patron files on our desktops or laptops. Patron files inadvertently saved to library computers will disappear upon logging off. Library users have the following options for saving files: UTC MocsNet account, USB flash storage device, or a personal email account (mail an attachment to yourself).