Kimberlin Library has around 700 computers complemented by over 70 in the Eric Wood Learning Zone, 31 in Hugh Aston Law Library and 70 in The Greenhouse – both PCs and Macs are available. These computers give access to Microsoft Office, Internet access via a range of browsers and much more. There are a number of computers loaded with specialist CAD software such as Adobe CC, AutoCAD, Solidworks and Rhino.
How do I log in to the computers?
Log on to these computers using your P number (on your student card ie: P0123456) as a username and your date of birth (until you change your password) in the following format: dd/mm/yy as the password.
Borrow a Laptop
Laptops are available for loan through our self-service facility for up to 2 hours. When you return the laptop, ensure to connect it to the charger. If a Laptop is not fully connected to the power cable and the locker door fully locked, the Laptop will remain on your account and fines applied as this prevents other students from borrowing it.
Wi-Fi (Eduroam) & IT Support
You can get onto the internet anywhere on the DMU campus, all you need to do is scan wireless networks with your phone or laptop and select Eduroam. Eduroam is a global Wi-Fi network, and allows you to log in at universities, colleges and hospitals worldwide.
What are my Wi-Fi username and password?
Username: your unique P-number found on your student ID card, followed by @dmu.ac.uk e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org
Password: Unless you have already changed it, this will be your date of birth in the following format: dd/mm/yy e.g.16/07/98.
You can find IT support at the First Floor Information Desk in the Kimberlin Library. For times when the Information Desks are staffed see here.
Find more information about DMU IT services and support on the University webpages.
The Kimberlin Library is home to around 20 multifunction devices for printing both colour and black and white. There are also a number available in Eric Wood and The Greenhouse. These to allow you to:
How does it work?
Just swipe your student ID card at any printer on campus and touch the icon for print, copy or scan.
It is your responsibility to make sure that your work is 'print ready'. If you're not sure then please ask a member of staff. If a technical error has caused your document to be produced incorrectly, we can re-credit your account, but we will need evidence of this.
Make sure that you log out once you've finished so no-one else can use your account.
How much does printing & photocopying cost?
A4 Black and white = 1p per side
A4 Colour = 3p per side
A3 Black and white = 2p per side
A3 Colour = 6p per side
Paying for printing & photocopying
You can pay for your printing and photocopying by topping up your print account via dedicated kiosks in the Kimberlin Library foyer or online here.