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Services for BYU Faculty: Technology


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.

Software Training

Software Training, found in room 4826 on the south side of level 4 of the library, provides tools and classes to help users with projects involving graphic design, web design, and digital audio and video manipulation. Faculty may arrange for custom workshops for their courses.

To register for regularly scheduled training sessions, or get more information go to the Software Training Servicesweb page here.  More questions? Stop by the Software Training desk or call at 801- 422-5627.

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 the Makerspace on the south side of Level 4, and at Family History area on the north side of Level 2.  All require using your BYU ID/Cougar Cash card to pay for printing.  Courtesy print cards may be purchased at the General Help Desk (Level 3) and the Family History/Religion area on Level 2 north.  For more information about printing go to

3D Printer 

A 3D printer takes a 3D drawing rendered on a computer and extrudes a plastic filament to "print" the object.  The Makerspace area (Level 4 South) has 3D printers available for patron use.  More information 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 on Level 5. Level 5 also has a large bed scanner attached to an iMac (with Adobe software) next to the Humanities Help Desk. The Makerspace area also has 3-D scanners and large format scanners (Level 4 South). Family History (Level 2 North) has several scanning options for books, photographs, large format, etc. More information about Family History scanners at

Media Conversion Technology

Level 4 North (Music & Dance)
AudioTransfer/Conversion Technology:

  • Audio Cassette to CD
  • Audio Cassette to Digital
  • Vinyl LP to Digital
  • Reel-to-Reel to Digital  (in Music Record Archive)

Level 2 North (Religion/Family History)
Video Transfer/Conversion Technology:


The Makerspace is located on the south side of Level 4. Use prototyping and digital imaging resources for research, homework, or independent projects. The area includes the following, state-of-the-art resources to help you complete your creative projects:

  • 3D printers
  • 3D scanners
  • Wide format printer
  • Wide format scanner
  • Virtual Reality technology
  • Laser Cutters
  • Cutting Mat
  • Workspace and hand tools

For more information visit the Makerspace web page.