Using Software in Computing Sites

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Read about software on computer stations in UB computing sites, and learn about the different types of computer stations.

A student using computer in the library
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Cybrary stations are a standard, non-specialized computer station at UB, with a common array of software for academic use.
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Assistive stations are wheelchair-accessible and have specialized software in addition to the standard academic software.
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Express Stations are located in some computing sites and are configured to allow 15 minute sessions. 
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Linux stations feature Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system, a base suite of software, and an enhanced set of software for certain majors.
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Library Research Stations have a limited selection of software selected for the needs of most library patrons. You must have a Library username to log in to library research stations. Library research stations are available in all University libraries.
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Quick Connect computers are in convenient locations on stand-up tables for students traveling around campus.

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