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 email@example.com.
Current University of Toronto students, staff and faculty can borrow technology loans at the Library Service Desk using their TCard. Loans are available on a first-come, first served basis and cannot be booked in advance.
Technology items for loan at the Chemistry Library:
- 2 Android phone chargers (USB wall charger with micro-USB cable)
- 2 iPhone chargers (USB wall charger with lightning cable)
- 2 sets of wired headphones (over-the-ear with auxiliary cable)
- 2 extension cords with 6 outlets - for in-library use only
- Loan period: 5 hours
- Overdue fines: $0.50 per hour
- Items must be returned to the library service desk at least 15 minutes before closing time - please see Library Hours.
- If damaged or lost, the borrower may be charged a replacement or repair fee.
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.
All PC computers include the following software:
- Microsoft Office Suite
Mac computers are wireless and include Microsoft Office Suite only. To use the internet on a Mac, please connect to the University of Toronto WiFi network using your UTORid and password.
Your personal information:
All personal information (including your passwords, browser history, saved documents etc.) is automatically cleared once you log out of the computers. Please make sure to save your work to a USB key or cloud network such as Google Drive/OneDrive before logging off.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.