Campus briefs

Library expands wireless network

The pilot project of the Library’s wireless network has proved to be so successful, that it has since opened the network to all Web resources.

Certain limitations still apply however, namely:

-no telnet or ftp;
-no access to campus network drives;

which means you are not able to print directly from your laptop to the laser printers on the fourth floor of the Library.

For a list of where the network is accessible please visit the Library’s wireless listings click here

More library network news

When Google and the Web just don’t give you what you need … go local!

Check out the new library partnership to expand your options to information and research.

The SmartLibrary Lending Project opens the doors and library collections of the University of Ottawa Library Network, Carleton University Library, and the Ottawa Public Library to readers, students, and researchers in the National Capital Region. With this introductory agreement beginning October 1, and continuing until April 30, 2005, any member of the above-mentioned institutions can obtain a SmartLibrary card to borrow from any of these libraries.

These libraries represent the largest bilingual academic collections in North America, including special collections in law, health sciences, rare books, government documents, fine arts, and maps for students and faculty in the National Capital Region.

SmartLibrary is a unique partnership of five federal, municipal and academic institutions, working together to offer integrated information resources to researchers, scientists, students and citizens who are seeking specialized knowledge and resources. Do a single catalogue search to see what’s available at:

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