The Department of Information Technology (DoIT) is the University's central computing, network, communications, and Library services organization. The Department of Information Technology (DoIT) is charged with directing, managing, and supporting the information systems, Library needs, and computing infrastructure of Barry University and the School of Law campus.
The Department provides students with local campus network access, the Internet, and web-based e-mail accounts for all students, staff, and faculty. The Law Library houses a computer lab with Windows 7 Enterprise & 2008 Server technology, which includes Office 2010. We also provide wireless network accessible from all buildings on campus as well as outdoors. Six copiers within the Library allow students to print copy and scan documents. Students may send print jobs from anywhere on campus, and the jobs are then retrievable from the Library's copiers using their student ID cards.
The Department of Information Technology is staffed by dedicated information service professionals who are committed to providing outstanding resources and exemplary service. This facility, with its technologically advanced resources and outstanding staff, provides a solid foundation for legal education. If you have any questions regarding technology, such as what we recommend when purchasing a laptop computer, please call the Library's main phone number, 321-206-5700, for assistance.