Software Database & Library

SETC Software library

| Software library catalog |


Here's how it works:

Lending guidelines:

  • You must be affiliated with a school district in the state of Washington to borrow software from the SETC
  • SETC software is loaned to the school district on a laptop computer for a limited period of time (usually 4 weeks)
  • SETC software is available for preview or assessment purposes only. Visit vendor websites for purchasing details.
  • Each piece of software or application(app) requested is loaded onto a laptop or tablet(iPad/iPod).
  • While the laptop/tablet is in your possession, they are the responsibility of the school district. The items may be used by staff and families on or off the school property.  If items become lost or damaged the school district is responsible for repair or replacement costs
  • SETC items should be returned on time in the original or a similar packing container
  • The borrower is responsible for return shipping cost.

To make a loan request:

  • Click the Software library catalog link
  • Click to select the software category
  • Click to select the software item
  • Click the Request this item button to order the item
  • Call 509.963.3350 if you have any questions
  • You may make your loan request via telephone or email, please know the item names or catalog numbers

When you receive the laptop:

  • Check the contents against the packing list that you have received
  • Test the laptop/software to determine if there are any problems.
  • If you experience difficulties call us immediately so that we can help you troubleshoot

To return materials:

  • Check the packing list to make that you are returning everything that was sent to you
  • Make sure the laptop/tablet is powered off
  • Pack the equipment well, using at least 2 inches of packing material around each item
  • Address the package and ship it, insured, via UPS
  • The borrower is responsible for return shipping cost.
  • You will receive an email with a link to an online survey about the items borrowed and how they were used.
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