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Technology Resources


  • The Library provides access to 25 desktop PCs with network access.
  • The computers include Microsoft Office features such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. To log-in use your mylasalle password.
  • Students are encouraged to use their Office 365 accounts to save their work to the cloud.
  • The La Salle Wireless Network is available on all floors of the Library. If you are having trouble connecting, check out the Getting Connected Guide maintained by Information Technology.
  • Please refer to the Library’s Computer Use Policy for certain rules and restrictions. 

Guest Wireless Access

Guests may select La Salle Guest Wireless from the list of available networks on their devices and, after a quick registration, they will be able to access the Internet.  La Salle Guest Wireless is a self-registering wireless access network similar to the ones you might find at a hotel or a coffee shop. Any visitor can log into the guest wireless network and enjoy campus wide Wi-Fi connection for as long as 24 hours stretches.


  • The Library has two black and white high volume printers networked to the computers on the first floor.  Each student should receive $30 worth of printing money at the start of every semester.  Printing costs $0.08 per page.  The computers should be set to default to two-sided printing.  This will allow you to print two pages for $0.08.  If you would like to print on just one side, you can uncheck the two-sided print option in the print dialog box when it appears.
  • If you have any problems with the printers, please ask for assistance at either the information desk or the circulation desk.
  • If you have issues with your printing account, i.e. you need more money added to your account for printing, please contact the IT Help Desk at x1860 or visit the Technology Assistance Center in Olney Hall, Room 200.
  • The Library does not have a color printer.
  • Printing services are not available to alumni.

Wireless Printing 

You can now print from any device around the Library to the printers on the first floor using the EveryonePrint service.

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  • The Library has two photocopy machines located on the lower level. 
  • Photocopiers accept payment by cash, copy card, or Gold Card. 
  • Copies are 10 cents each if paid for in cash and 8 cents each if paid for by copy card or Gold Card. 
  • Copy cards are available for purchase at the Circulation Desk. 


  • The Library also offers a scanning station free of charge to La Salle students, faculty, and staff.  The scanning station is located on the first floor next to the Information desk.  It is suitable for both paper and book scanning and scans may be saved to a flash drive, e-mailed, or uploaded to Google Documents. 
  • Micro-materials can be read and scanned to a flash drive using the machine located on the Lower Level of the Connelly Library in the Micro-materials section.  
  • If you need help using the machine, ask at the Information Desk.

Special Software

  • SPSS statistical software is installed on all of the computer terminals on the first floor of the Library.
  • ArcGIS mapping and spatial reasoning software is installed on computer terminals 11-18.


The Library hosts The Innovation Factory, a Makerspace sponsored by the La Salle Center for Entrepreneurship. The workspace is located on the lower level. All students are welcome to use the room for any purpose or project; it’s open to everyone all hours the Library is open. We encourage students from all fields and majors to use the space and collaborate with others. The workspace includes:

  • Four 3D printers and a Glowforge 3D Laser Printer on the way;
  • Student led workshops and innovative competitions
  • Proposals for new technology and new programs to be offered through the Makerspace are encouraged.
  • We have students regularly building models to illustrate their ideas for classes and some are pursuing new startup ventures which our Center for Entrepreneurship also supports.
  • Check out our Makerspace Guide for training and software information. 


Steve Melick, Executive Director, La Salle Center for Entrepreneurship

Phone: 215-951-1439