Monthly Archives: October 2011

Still having Wireless Access Problems

October 31, 2011
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Sorry to say that we are still having wireless network access issues. DoIT is aware of this and has assigned a network tech to assist in resolving the problems. Please let me and Chris Novak know as you hear from patrons who can’t connect to the wireless network.

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Wireless Problems Should be Solved Now

October 27, 2011
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DoIT has increased the maximum number of connections per wireless access point to 200 as of around 1pm this afternoon. Please let Thoreau Lovell  know if you continue to get complaints from users that they can’t connect to or are getting disconnected from the wifi network.

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Attention Library Staff

October 26, 2011
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If you see Mark Buza (also known as “survivalist guy”) in the Library or on campus call the Police. He has been issued a campus stay away order for seven days, starting 23:30 10/25/11 and ending 11/1/11.    

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Wireless Issue #2

October 26, 2011
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The latest from the  DoIT office i.e. we’re still having problems with the wireless and they’re working on it. > We are currently experiencing intermittent wireless issues throughout campus. Our network team is working to resolve the issue as quickly and thoroughly as possible. > We apologize for the inconvenience.

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Wireless Issue

October 24, 2011
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Kim notified over the weekend that DoIT was doing a system upgrade over the weekend which would affect the Wireless. It should have been done by 3PM yesterday (10/23/11) but so far, as of today (10/24/11) I’ve had a couple of students having trouble signing on to the wireless. I’ve let Kim known about...

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License Update 10/14/11

October 14, 2011
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Currently Mathematica and SPSS are up and running. We are still waiting for the license of SAS and ArcGIS but so far no word…yet. -Holden

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Annex 1 Weekend Backup Schedule

October 14, 2011
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Everyone: I asked Holden to include a copy of the Annex 1 backup schedule for weekends. The schedule includes assignments and phone numbers/ pagers. Check the “Circulation Procedures” binder – located in the drawer near the Info Point. Thanks, Holden! tki

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Book Requests – Temporarily Unavailable

October 14, 2011
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FYI: From the Library Home Page Book Requests Temporarily Unavailable Fri – Sat (Oct. 14-15) Book requests will be temporarily unavailable starting Friday, October 14 at 4PM until Saturday, October 15 around 2PM. The power will be out on the Library Retrieval System during this time for maintenance. Sorry for any inconvenience.

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Memory Stick/ Flash Drive and Public Workstations

October 13, 2011
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FYI Everyone: When students are inserting a personal memory stick/ flash drive into the public workstations, they may get a message saying ‘contact systems administrator’.  Carl (our knowledgeable Student Assistant) noted that workstations may experience a slight delay when reading a user’s personal flash drive.  The ‘contact systems…’ message may appear during this process....

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Edit Station #5

October 11, 2011
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The turntable in Edit Station #5 is out of service (until further notice) but the computer and other software for sound editing is functioning.   -Holden

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Reminders

Bones for Biology Students in Media Services

Just a quick reminder to send any Biology students looking for bones to Media Services (LIB 85) — home to all non-print materials! They...

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Add Value – Card Differences

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Note that users adding funds to their OneCard insert the card one way while those adding funds to Guest cards must insert the card...

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OASIS and graduation

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Please give graduating students the following information: ******************** Students can file their applications for graduation BEFORE they finish OASIS. OASIS must be done by...

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OneCard website & credit card value add feature

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Students can add value to there OneCard through the OnceCard website using a credit card. They can also view past transactions and disable their...

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