Computing and Media Services maintains computers at both the Dana Biomedical Library and the Matthews-Fuller Health Sciences Library for curriculum support, information research and general use. The priority for use of the computer clusters in the Biomedical Libraries is to support individuals accessing information specific to education, research and patient care.
Word processing, spreadsheet, graphics, presentation, and communications software is made available where appropriate and as it supports the mission of the Biomedical Libraries.
Computing and media equipment is available during the libraries' hours of operation.
For more information about computing at Dartmouth, see Information Technology and Consulting.
The Biomedical Libraries Computing and Media Services abides by Dartmouth College's IT Support Policies.