Information Technology Services (ITS) maintains a computer lab on the first floor of Sinclair Library. The computers have Microsoft Office software and Internet access. There is also an ADA PC workstation equipped with headphones and ADA-compliant software for screen magnification (Zoomtext) and screen reading (JAWS). Printing is available with the Library's Copy/Print Card. Login with a UH username and password is required. There are also PC workstations with internet access on the first and third floors that require login with a UH username and password. Printing is available from all library computers with the Library's Copy/Print Card.
University of Hawaii students, faculty, and staff who bring their own laptop equipped with a wireless card may access the campus network from many areas within the Library. For more Information see wireless.
Print from your laptop to either the 1st floor or 3rd floor GoPrint station. Connect your laptop to the UHM wireless network by opening a browser and entering your UH username and password. Go to http://sl-printeron-avc.sinclair.hawaii.edu/cps/, log in, upload the file to print, and choose a printer.
Scanners are avaible in the computer lab on the first floor of Sinclair Library. Please, contact the lab for more infomation at 956-8702.
Library computers and related equipment are to be used only to access information resources for educational, instructional, and research needs related to the mission and activities of the University of Hawaii. The use of Library computer equipment for other purposes is prohibited. For more information see the UH Manoa libraries policy.
Equipment available for use in the Center includes:
Viewing stations must be checked out and can accommodate up to 6 persons. Note: A viewing or listening station that is left unused for more than 10 minutes may be reassigned to another user.
Stations are available for viewing of closed captioned videos. Please contact AV Center staff for availability.
Equipment is not loaned from the Wong Audiovisual Center, but may be available from the University of Hawai'i's Center for Instructional Support in Kuykendall Hall, room 106 (956-8075).
Center equipment may be used by UH Manoa and UH System faculty, staff, and students to play their own media. The Center, however, is not responsible for any resulting damage to the media.