Information Technology (Electronic Services)
of the Library Information Technology (Electronic Service) Department
is to provide computing and networking technology and services to
all users of the library.
in collaboration with the Office of Information Technology at the
LIU/Brooklyn Campus, the Electronic Services Department installs,
monitors, and maintains various computer systems in the library.
We support the teaching and research efforts of the faculty and
the students at the LIU Brooklyn Campus.
welcome your comments and suggestions regarding computer services
in the library. Suggestions may be sent to Director of the Brooklyn
Information Technology (Electronic Services) Faculty:
There are over
100 computers and printers installed in the library, which are connected
through the LIU network in the Windows environment, to facilitate
various library daily operations and public services.
may search the online catalog, LIUCAT, and web-based databases on
available computers on the 3rd, 4th, and 5th floors of the library.
Two ADA computers are available for disabled individuals on the
from the web-based databases is also available on the 3rd floor.
The printing charge is $0.10 per page.
results may also be e-mailed to individual e-mail addresses or saved
to a floppy disk or a USB flash drive. Instructions for either of
these procedures are available from the librarians or may be found
on cards mounted near the computers.
labs located on the 2nd floor of LLC, and in other buildings on
the campus are open if you need to work on word processing, spreadsheets,
or other applications. Please call ext.1301 to verify the computer
labs' hours of operation.
Library Cyber Lab
(ext. 1882) located on the 5th of LLC is open to all LIU students.
Printing is available at the Cyber Lab for ten cents per page.
instruction sessions are taught in the Library Instruction labs
on the 5th floor of LLC. These "Smart" classrooms are
equiped with Smartboards, projection systems, instructor's consules,
and research workstations.
by I.Wang 10/12
Brooklyn Library Computing Policy
offers computing resources to the students and faculty of LIU. These
resources include the Internet, the Online Catalog, and online databases.
These resources are being offered in keeping with our library's
stated mission of "providing access to collections and services
in support of curricula and programs of Long Island University's
such as word processors and spreadsheets are available in the Library's
Cyber Lab on the 5th floor of LLC and on Workstations in the Reference
Room on the 3rd floor of LLC. Office of Information Technology's
to the policy outlined below, the
guidelines set forth by the University must also be adhered
Use of Library Computing Resources
computer may be used only for the specific purposes for which
it is designated.
of personal software on library computers is prohibited.
changes to the computer settings are allowed.
of the library's computers is on a first-come first-served basis
and is limited to 30 minutes while people are waiting.
from database computers is charged at $0.10 per page. Printing
procedures are posted next to the database computers.
offering Internet access, Long Island University cannot guarantee
that information found through the Internet is either accurate,
authoritative, or factual. Be advised that the Internet is a
very dynamic medium, and access points may change at any time
without notice. Be aware that the Internet is unregulated and
materials accessible through it may be outdated, biased, inappropriate,
or offensive. Caution is advised when sending personal information
such as name, address, social security number, or credit card
number over the Internet.
of Library Computing Policies
- The University
may take disciplinary and/or legal action against an individual
who violates any of the campus computing policies.
- The Library
may temporarily or permanently suspend an individual's use of
library computing facilities. Generally, a person violating the
policies for the first time will have his/her computing privileges
suspended for two semester weeks. A second violation will result
in a suspension of computing privileges for the semester. Such
suspensions may be imposed regardless of any computer-related
course work the student may have. Hence, students should be aware
that a suspension of computing privileges may have serious academic
- The Library
will report any violation of computing policies that bear on academic
dishonesty or plagiarism to the appropriate campus committee(s),
the Associate Provost for Student Affairs and/or any other appropriate
university entities. These parties will pursue such reports through
their usual procedures, and this process will be independent of
any action taken by the Library.
by the Library Computing Policy Committee. Revised by I. Wang 10/10