Annex 1 – Workstations and time-limits

September 16, 2009

I’m always forgetting this, so I thought I would post a reminder. Most of the info is meant for library staff and not for public.

1.  PC Workstations – 2 hour limit, but you can continue to renew your reservation.

2.  Research Workstations – 2 hour limit.  No renewals.

3.  Express Workstations – 15 minute limit, but you can log-in again and again.  Express workstations require a log-in, but it can be any ‘fake’ name.  There is no authentication.

4.  Guest Workstations – 2 hour limits.  Guest can probably renew their time for an additional 2 hours, but we’re not informing public about this.

5.  Macintosh Workstations – No log-in, but this will probably change soon.  No time-limits.

Let me know if there are any corrections.


2 Responses to Annex 1 – Workstations and time-limits

  1. tki on September 16, 2009 at 5:28 pm

    I forgot to mention that students who have used their 2 hours on a “Research Workstation” can move to a “PC Workstation” for additional time.


  2. tki on September 18, 2009 at 8:29 am

    Correction! Guest Workstations cannot be renewed for an additional 2 hours!

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