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Computers, Software, Copies: WNC Computers, Software, Classes, Tutorials

Computers & Software

WNC Library Computers

  • PC &  Macintosh computers with Web access 
  • Wireless access for laptops
  • Flash (jump) drives available for purchase
  • Computer work station with the Jaws screen reading program for students with visual disabilities

Software on Library Computers

  • Microsoft Office software (Word, Access, Excel, Powerpoint)
  • Adobe Creative Suite software on PC/Macs (Carson)
  • Autocad (PC only)
  • Misc. software standard on PCs/Macs

Here is a complete list of computer programs available on the library's public computers.

Other WNC Computer Labs

The college computer labs have trained technicians to help students learn class-related software.

Photocopies, Computer Printouts, Scanning

Computer Printouts - 5¢ per page 

Color printouts - 20¢ per page (Carson Campus)

Photocopies - 5¢ per page, black & white only

Scanning - free

Computer Lab Mediated Instruction Room 201

The Carson City Campus Library has a computer lab that is available for use by college personnel for workshops and training. It seats 32 people and is equipped with 16 PCs, a data (computer) projector, a video/dvd player, and Lanschool - a classroom management software program. The librarians conduct lectures and hands on research training in this room. Contact the library reference desk at 445-3227 to schedule the room.

Computer Workshops & Classes

The Carson City Public Library offers in-person beginner and advanced computer workshops. Here is their class schedule.

Tutorials - Computer Software Programs

A great site with video tutorials on all types of computer software (MS Office programs, etc.) as well as basic computer skills.

Microsoft training videos - 2013 plus older programs