Please note: Technology services and resources in the Chemistry Library are currently under review. Please feel free to submit any comments or suggestions you may have about library technology to Madeline Gerbig at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Computers in the Library:
The Chemistry Library has 7 workstations (5 PC, 2 Mac). These workstations are for use by U of T students, faculty and staff only. Public access computers are available for external users at other library locations across campus.
The library has headphones, Android and iPhone chargers for loan. Please use your TCard to borrow these items. For use in the library only.
Visit the link above to learn about how to access library resources while working and studying remotely. Graduate students and faculty can also use UTORvpn for easier access to library resources.
If you experience any issues accessing library resources or would like assistance finding an electronic version of a print book, please contact your Chemistry Librarian at email@example.com.
There are many wireless networks available on campus. The Information Commons Help Desk provides support for 2 networks (UofT and eduroam).
The eduroam Visitor Access (eVA) guest Wi-Fi service is a user-friendly platform that provides secure, high-speed, temporary Wi-Fi internet access to guests visiting the University of Toronto (U of T) campuses.