Computers, Printing, and Scanning
Our computers are restricted to current students, faculty and staff with valid UT EIDs. Courtesy Borrowers and authorized guests may also use their EIDs to log on to these stations within established limits.
Scientific software available on workstations in the Chemistry Library includes Logger Pro, ChemBioOffice (with ChemDraw Ultra), MATLAB, and Mathematica.
Workstation Use Policy: Access is on a first-come basis. Time limits may be enforced when others are waiting. Priority goes to those doing academic work and using library resources.
The encrypted campus network is available throughout Welch Hall. You must have a valid UT EID to log on. For more information see the Public Network page.
Print Release Stations throughout the Libraries receive jobs from any of the library's EID workstations, laptops, or mobile devices. Log in to our Print Center
to see your jobs, and manage or add money to your personal printing account (via credit card or Bevo Bucks).
- A print command from a library workstation will send a job to the Libraries print network, and you can retrieve it on any library print release station.
- To send a job from your laptop, log into the Print Center and upload it, or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. From iOS or Android devices you can install the Pharos Print app.
- The Chemistry Print Station is located in the first alcove. Swipe your UT ID card or log in with your UT EID and password to access your account and see your print jobs.
- Cost is $0.10 per page/side.
- Unprinted jobs will remain on the server for 24 hours.
- Library workstations cannot send jobs to non-Library network printers.
- Color printing is available (at higher charge) in the PMA, PCL, Architecture, and Fine Arts libraries.
- Poster printing is available in PCL Copier Services.
- Balances from old copy cards can be transferred to your account at Copier Services.
- An overhead camera KIC Scanning Station is located in the copier alcove. You can save files to a USB flash drive or email them (EID required).
Two flatbed scanners are available in the library's workstation area. Each is connected to two adjacent workstations.
There is no charge for scanning.
- The Chemistry Library has only readers for microfilm and microfiche. You can print or scan microforms at the Life Science Library and PCL. Check out the envelope or reel for two hours at the circulation desk. You can also request a scan via our Get a Scan service.
- Questions about Copyright?
- See the Libraries' Copyright Crash Course guide for current information. Faculty and staff can also refer to UT System Intellectual Property for information on fair use, educational use, and permissions.