Computers and equipment
The Bowes Art & Architecture Library currently offers three computing options for users:
For Stanford affiliates – requires Stanford University Net (SUnet) log-in:
- Three multimedia Macintosh stations with 30” monitors (two machines are attached to Epson 12” x 17” flat-bed scanners, one is a stand-alone machine). These multimedia machines are loaded with industry standard production and editing tools.
- Three dual-boot Macintosh stations. Each machine has a Macintosh software load and a Windows 10 software load.
For any user, including registered public visitors – no SUnet log-in required:
- Six public PC kiosk stations for connecting to the Libraries’ online catalog (SearchWorks) and the internet (one machine is connected to an Epson 12” x 17” flat-bed scanner).
Viewing Stations and Media Rooms
The Library has DVD and VHS viewing stations. In addition, there are two media viewing rooms with Blu-ray, DVD, and VHS players available for use to Stanford students, faculty, and staff. Each room has a maximum capacity of five individuals.
Headphones and remotes may be checked out at the Reference and Circulation desk.
Printing, Copying, and Scanning
The Art Library has two multifunction machines that can print double-sided copies and may also be used as scanners and/or photocopiers.
For information on methods of payment, printing, copying and scanning, including printing from your own device, etc, see:
Flatbed and Overhead Scanners
In addition to the multifunction machines, there are two Mac/PC computer workstations attached to two Epson 12” x 17” flatbed scanners that are available to use by Stanford students, faculty, and staff. A third, PC computer workstation, also with an Epson 12” x 17” scanner is available for use by non-Stanford-affiliated patrons.
A large format overhead BookEye scanner, ideal for scanning large format, fragile items is also available for use. The maximum-sized item that this scanner can capture is approximately 16” x 23”.