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Guide about how to loan IALS laptops
Last Updated: Oct 28, 2016 URL: http://libguides.ials.sas.ac.uk/laptoploan Print Guide RSS Updates

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About the IALS Laptops for Loan Scheme

Laptops for Loan
 
IALS library has a number of laptops for students and academic members for loan during library opening hours.  Two laptops are available for use within the library, fully enabled for internet use via our IALS Lib WiFi network and installed with the latest software from Microsoft. 
   
Why a Laptop Loan Scheme
 
Our laptops provide an convenient, additional resource for those who need quick access to a computer for legal research on library reading room floors without the need to bring their own laptop to the library.  
 
Who Can Borrow a Laptop?
 
IALS laptops are available to all permanent and provisional library patrons, including SASCard holders.  Laptops can be borrowed during the time our Issue & Enquiry Desk is open.
 
Which Operating System?
  
IALS laptops have Windows 10 operating system installed on each laptop available for use.
 
What Software is Installed?
 
Each laptop has a wide selection of software installed, including Microsoft Office 2010, Kaspersky antivirus software and Adobe Acrobat Reader
  
Can I Print From the IALS Laptop?
 
Yes, we have installed our FollowMe printing module for printing to one of our three print stations located in the library. 
 
How to Use This Guide?
 
Our online guide contains information on our laptops, with additional guidence on conditions of use and troubleshooting tips.
 

Library Hours

IALS laptops are freely available to registered academic users during library opening hours.
 
 

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