Facilities - Medicine and Health Library - UB
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Group rooms and study spaces
The Medicine and Health Library is located on the 1st and 2nd floor in the Knowledge Centre. Here you will find 300 varied reading rooms; 12 group rooms and several workspaces with and without a PC. The group rooms are equipped with a monitor to which you may connect your own PC.
PC and printing
The library has many PCs available to students and staff. Three PCs are guest PCs that do not require login. A printer (ntnuprint-ricoh) with copy and scanning functions is located on the 2nd Floor. It can be accessed by swiping your NTNU-card over the card reader or by manually logging in with your Feide username and password.
Students and staff can connect to NTNU’s wireless network (Eduroam).
Access from home
With VPN you can access academic resources from home.
Ask us about IT
Student assistants from Orakel Support Services are available at the service desk on the third floor in the library. They can help students with questions about printing, login, Web access, and more.
Service desk is open 10.15-16.00.
Orakel Support Services can also be contacted via the self-service portal NTNU Hjelp or by phone 73 59 15 00.
Employees and students in practice at St. Olavs Hospital can use the PCs on the 2nd floor in the East wing to access Kilden and software from St. Olavs. As on any other St Olavs PC print jobs can be sent to "Dynamic Print" and retrieved at a St Olavs printer.
Optionally they can get a one-time username and password at the service desk by showing their staff ID card. This provides access to a PC connected to the NTNU network for 24 hours. Note that this does not provide access to a personal area or Kilden.
For general Internet access, other visitors can use the guest network of the Central Norway Regional Health Authority (GjestenettHMN).
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Medicine and Health Library
Postal address: Olav Kyrres gt 10, 7006 Trondheim
(With St. Olavs access card)
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