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About my libraryThe Zondervan Library was the first private college library in the state of Indiana to operate an interactive online catalog and circulation system. The building is fully networked, with approximately 20 public workstations for access to the online catalog, the Internet, and a substantial and rapidly-growing array of e-journals, e-books, and other electronic resources.

In January 2004, Zondervan implemented a thin client PC network, the first of its kind at Taylor University, using HP Compaq Thin Client t5700 (256/256) machines with Windows XP Embedded, paired with HP Flat Panel Monitor L1730 17" displays.

Zondervan also houses a large computer lab, known as "ZonLab," containing 40 Windows-based PCs. ZonLab is used for classroom instruction, but is also used as a general purpose lab for students to browse the World Wide Web, use Microsoft Office applications, check their email, etc.

The Library contains an 802.11b wireless network to enable those who use laptops with wireless capabilities to access Library and Internet resources anywhere in the Library and Galleria. Wireless-enabled laptops are available for checkout, to be used within the Library.

The Library also has four AlphaSmart 3000 portable computers, suitable for general purpose word processing, available for use within the Library.


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Real nameZondervan Library

LocationTaylor University, Upland, IN

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Account typeprivate, lifetime

Member sinceApr 21, 2007

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