VML: Technology

Computers & software

The Library offers College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) Unity workstations which NC State patrons may use to access their Unity filespace and the full suite of Unity applications.

Technology lending

Borrow laptops, chargers, and more. Devices you can borrow from the VML

Specialized software at the VML

  • KB Port plug-in for viewing Veterinary Communication course-related video content, available in individual study rooms and lending laptops
  • UVIS (the Veterinary Hospital Medical Record software) is listed in the Start Menu under VH Apps. Lending laptops, guest computers, and staff computers do not have UVIS.
  • Adobe Acrobat Pro and Creative Suite (including Photoshop), available on some machines
  • Matlab and other specialty software (see complete list) is on the NC State Libraries–labeled computer in A110 Copier Room
  • Glass Horse and Glass Dog (details)

Other specialty software is available at other NC State University Libraries locations.

Visitors can use guest library workstations in the Veterinary Medicine Library. (These computers do not have Unity file access or specialized software.)

Printing & copying

How to print

All Unity printing is serviced by WolfPrint. All printers also function as copiers.

High-volume print jobs can be arranged through Wolf XPpress Print & Copy Services. Large format poster printing is available at the Hill Library and the Hunt Library.

Scanning

Overhead scanners and a flatbed scanner are available for use in the Library. Use a USB drive to save scans. (You can borrow a USB drive from the Service Desk if needed.)

Phones & conferencing

Built-in internet videoconferencing is available in:

  • VML Visualization Space
  • Room A103
  • Room A109

Teleconferencing is available in:

  • Room A103
  • Room A109
  • Room A133

You can borrow conference phones, headsets, and microphones at the Service Desk.

You can use the house phone in the Copier Room A110 (919-513-6402) to return pages. On this phone, calls to internal NC State phone numbers are five digits long, starting with the third digit of the full number. Begin local calls with 7-1-area code.