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Insider's Guide to Mulford Health Science Library and the Health Science Campus: Tech? Check!

Tips and hints for making the most of the Mulford Health Science Library and the Health Science Campus


Desktop computers

The Mulford Library has computers on the fourth, fifth, and sixth floor north, with the main labs being in 408 and 506. You will need to log in to the computers with your UTAD credentials. There are also computers on the first floor of the Health Education Building, near room 105.

Laptop lending

We have a small number of Windows laptops available for use in the library. Bring your ID badge to the fourth floor circulation desk to check one out.


Flatbed scanners are available in our computer labs (408 and 506). You can also use the color printer in 408 (located behind the door) as a scanner.


UToledo has a institutional subscription to EndNote, a software program that helps you manage your references and article PDF files. It integrates with selected word processing software (such as MS Word) so you can cite and format references in a paper or manuscript.

To download EndNote to your personal computer or laptop, go to Log in with your UTAD credentials, then click on Download EndNote software.

The University Libraries provides support and training for EndNote. Start with the EndNote LibGuide. If you have further questions, contact Mulford at


Our Anatomage Table 10 Alpha is located in room 408 for student use. If you need an orientation to the software, Anatomage has a video orientation.


Printer Locations

The University uses printing software that allows you to send a file to print, then pick up your print job at any printer on campus within two hours. This is more secure (the printer won't print until you swipe your ID badge) and kinder to the environment. We have printers on the fourth, fifth, and sixth floors:

  • 408 (computer lab): two grayscale printers; one multi-function machine (prints, copies, scans) that prints in color
  • 506 (computer lab): one grayscale printer
  • sixth floor north (collaborative learning spaces): one grayscale printer
Printing from Personal Devices

You don't need to use a University computer to print. For information on how to print from a personal laptop, tablet, or phone, the IT department has instructions online (in the section on Personal Printing).

Printing Quota

Everyone has a print quota (a set number of printed pages) each semester; this is set by your college. The number of prints deducted from your quota depends on whether you are printing single-sided or duplex, grayscale or color. If you run out of pages, contact your college's IT person or you can purchase more pages. Note: if you purchase additional page prints, it will take 24 hours for the prints to be added to your quota. More importantly, if you still have pages in your quota when everyone's quotas are refreshed for the following semester, the existing quota is lost, even the pages you paid for. For more information about print quota and buying more prints, see the IT print quota page.