Facilities - Gjøvik Library - UB
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Group rooms and study spaces
Gjøvik Library is on the 2nd floor (US) / 1st floor (UK) in G-bygget, above the cantina and the Student Centre. The library has three study group rooms. You can find individual work stations and group work stations in the library and in M-bygget, where you also can find a silent reading room.
More study group rooms can be found by the atrium in A-bygget, passage from the library via M-bygget. Some of the group rooms have large tv-screens, others have a whiteboard. Whiteboard markers can be bought from the book shop. Students and employees can reserve rooms via TP.
In order to make the library a safe and good place to be, we have some "house rules", and we encourage you to have a look at them here.
Computers and wireless network
There are three search terminals in the library that you can use to search the library catalogue (NB: cannot be used for printing). There is also a computer that you can use for printing. It is located in the copy room. You do not need username and password for the search terminals. For the computer in the copy room you use your regular username and password. Guests must contact IT to get their logon details. There is a computer lab in the library (room number G223). This is free to use when it not being used for teaching. There are a few computers in the computer lap, and monitors that you can connect to your laptops.
You can use Eduroam or the unsecured network to connect to the wireless network in the library. How to connect to the wireless network
The copiers can be found in a separate room in the library. The copiers can also be used as printers and scanners. To print, log on to a computer or use your own laptop, and use one of the library’s printers [”Pullprint”/safecom2]. Swipe your student card on any printer on campus and get your print. Need help to install and set up a printer? Windows, OSX, Linux.