Science and Technology Library

The Science & Technology Library, located in the Auburn Science and Engineering Center (ASEC), supports research and learning in the disciplines related to the life and health sciences, engineering and computer science, the physical sciences, and technology.

Life and health sciences includes: biology, nursing, speech-language pathology and audiology, nutrition and dietetics, and allied health technology. Engineering includes: aerospace systems, biomedical, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, mechanical, and polymer. The physical sciences include: chemistry, geology, mathematics, physics, statistics, rubber and polymer science.

The Science and Technology Library has the following technology available for students to use: 40 Dell laptops and 34 iPads with peripherals which may be checked out; 8 Internet Kiosks; 32 pc and 6 mac public workstations; 3 print stations, two black and white and one color; three photocopiers; a ZipCard value transfer station; a microform reader with scanning and printing capabilities; 2 portable electronic whiteboards; 7 scanners; 2 mediascape stations for collaborative work.

A mixture of study spaces for both individual quiet study and group work are available. There are 14 study rooms with seating for 4 to 6 students. A learning studio (ASEC 23) equipped with 24 laptops, smart boards and projection systems, and a large group study room (ASEC 25) can be reserved in advance.

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