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Debra Sturges
Head of Access Services
Email | (402) 280-4756

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The Reinert-Alumni Library is a place to think, study, read, learn, relax, write, and print a paper. It's also a place to discover, create, share, present, explore, collaborate, and connect. Unleash your imagination! We offer:

  • Computers (Mac and Windows)
  • Laptops (Windows)
  • Multimedia creation stations (Mac and Windows)
  • Scanning station
  • 3D printing and scanning
  • Raspberry Pi kits
  • Digital cameras with flash and tripod
  • Go Pro cameras
  • Video camera (HD)
  • Portable green screen with lights
  • DVD and video players
  • External CD/DVD drives
  • Button makers
  • Study rooms with laptop projection
  • Mobile whiteboards
  • Presentation classroom (by arrangement)

Digital Design Center

The CAVE


Mission complete! Students show off a 3D-printed tricorder.


The CAVE provides immersive, 180-degree visual display.

The Digital Design Center, located on the main level of the Library, offers faculty, staff, and students the chance to bring their designs to life with our 3D printers, or to create 3D scans of existing objects. For a full description of library 3D services, please see our 3D Printing brochure.

The Creighton Advanced Visualization Environment, or CAVE, is a collaborative project of the Reinert-Alumni Library and DoIT's RaDLab team. This classroom space in the Library features a 35- by 8-foot curved wall available for interactive display and experimentation.