UNO Student Access
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Public Computers are located on the main floor in the two rows next to the print center. Patrons are required to see the circulation desk where they will receive a unique PIN to log in.
A consecutive three hour limit per day is placed on public computer use. The time begins when you sign in with your pin and a visible countdown will remain on your screen.
Public access computers are intended to provide access to library information resources and services for academic purposes. Criss Library reserves the right to limit the amount of time that non-affiliated users occupy a computer.
The Library’s computers must be used only in ways that are appropriate, ethical, and lawful. Users of public access computers must respect the rights of other users and act in accordance with community standards for civility, courtesy, and responsibility.
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