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Services for Graduate Students : Technology

Please explore this guide and learn about the Harold B. Lee Library services available to graduate students.


WiFi service is available throughout the library. To learn about how to get connected go to the Office of Information Technology site and follow their instructions.

Video Production Studio and Sound Recording Booths

The Experiential Zone on Level 4 South contains sound recordng booths and a video production studio all available for student use. For more details about each space, and to make reservations go to

Printers, Copiers & Scanners

Printers & Copiers

There are color and black and white printers and copiers on most floors of the library. There are large format printers at Science & Maps and at Family History. All require using your BYU ID/Signature card to pay for printing. Courtesy print cards may be purchased at Level 3 General Help Desk and Family History/Religion area on Level 2 North. For more information about printing go to
Wide format printing available at the Experiential Lab

3D Printers and Scanners

A 3D printer takes a 3D drawing rendered on a computer and extrudes a plastic filament to "print" the object. The Experiential Lab (Level 4) has 3D printers, as well as 3D scanners, available for patron use so that you can make your creations into reality. More information about the Experiential Lab at


Most of the library's copiers have scanning capability where you may scan and email at no charge. There are flat-bed scanners attached to public computers on Level 3 and Level 5. Level 5 also has a large flat bed scanner and larger book edge scanner near the Humanities Help Desk. Both Learning Commons and Family History/Religion areas have KIC scanners as well. Large format scanning available at the Experiential Lab on Level 4 South,

Multimedia & Software Training Lab

The HBLL Multimedia & Software Training Lab, found in room 4826 of the Experiential Zone on the 4th floor of the library, provides tools to help students with projects involving graphic design, web design, and digital audio and video manipulation. Questions? Stop by or call the Multimedia desk at (801) 422-1353.

  • Stations may be reserved for up to 5 hours per day
  • Consultants are available to help with projects
  • You must make a reservation to guarantee time on a lab computer
  • Some equipment that may be checked out include camcorders, digital audio recorders, cameras, microphones, and tripods.

Visit the Multimedia & Software Lab's website to learn more about the free classes they offer, equipment they check out, and other services they provide.

Technology Enhanced Group Study Rooms

There are group study rooms  on each floor and single user study rooms in the Periodicals Reading Room on level 2. Most study rooms have white boards. Some group study rooms include a computer and 52" monitor mounted on the wall. These technology enhanced rooms also have USB ports included so that you can connect your own computer, memory devices, etc. to the monitor/computer.

To reserve a study room and view each rooms features, go to the Study Room Scheduler on the library's website.