Who can use the computers in the Libraries?
Answered By: Jen Church-Duran
Last Updated: Dec 29, 2016

All NSHE (UNLV, UNR, CSN, NSC, etc.) Students, Faculty and Staff get:

  • Ability to login to library computers (ACE account for UNLV, activated library barcode and PIN for other NSHE users)

NSHE users also get:

  • In-house access to University Libraries' licensed electronic resources
  • In-house and remote access to the Library Catalog and Library web site
  • Internet access
  • Use of scanners
  • Use of productivity software (i.e. Microsoft)
  • Guest Wireless

UNLV Students, Faculty and Staff ALSO get:

  • Remote access to University Libraries' licensed electronic resources
  • Laptop Checkout
  • Secure Wireless

Generally, non-UNLV/NSHE users have the following computer privileges only:

 

  • In-house access to UNLV's licensed electronic resources (occasional exceptions due to some product licenses)
  • In-house and remote access to the Library Catalog and Library web site
  • Use of public access scanning stations in Lied and ASL
  • Computer use is limited to specially designated catalog- and database-only computers in Lied Library and TDRL
  • Guest Wireless
  • Need-based use of assistive technology computers
  • Need-based use of microform reader/scanner computers

Please click on the link below for additional information for specific guest user groups.

 
   
Text: (702) 945-0822
   
Call:  (702) 895-2111
   

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