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R-MC Library Starting Guide: Home

You just got to campus, here's a quick listing of things you should know about McGraw-Page Library.

McGraw-Page Library website

#1 thing to know about your library: we are here to help you! Finding, understanding and using sources for your classwork or research, we want you to succeed and want to help.


What do we have?

In this building, we have all the things(resources) you will need for both your classwork and a little fun.

  • Physical books
  • eBooks
  • Magazines and Journals
  • Newspapers
  • R-MC Archives and several Special Collections
  • Computers with specialized software like SPSS, Matlab and Meshmixer

As well as:

  • DVD's and CD's
  • Laptops
  • Video cameras (small, large and even 4K!)
  • Still cameras (small and SLR)
  • Sound recording equipment
  • 3D Printing opportunities

The building and spaces

You can use the library however you want; we want you to make it your own! We've got your space. Click here to see what we have for you.

How does this work?

There are a lot of resources here in the library: but how do you use them? Click here for a little clarity.

All the software!

Previously mentioned was specialized software, here's a list of what the library has on our media machines:

-Adobe Creative Cloud including:

  • Acrobat XI Pro
  • After Effects
  • Dreamweaver
  • Illustrator
  • InDesign
  • Photoshop
  • Premiere

-123D Design

Edit images or film, create math models or 3D designs, or work with statistics. We're here to support your work.