HCL GOES WIRELESS
This Wireless Access Point (WAP) makes it possible for patrons to access the Internet without hooking up to a jack.
Wireless Access in HCL:
Widener: all public spaces, except for the stacks
Houghton: the Reading Room and meeting room on the Second Floor.
Lamont: the Third Floor Reading Room and Reference, Government Documents/Microforms, (more access points will be added on the Fifth Floor at a later date)
Pusey: the Harvard Theatre Collection and Harvard Map Collection spaces
Harvard-Yenching: all spaces except for the stacks
Hilles: on the First and Second Floors
Cabot, Fine Arts, Kummel, Littauer, and Tozzer: throughout the entire library
Loeb Music: throughout the entire library, (installation complete by end of September)
The addition of wireless connectivity is part of an FAS initiative to make
wireless access available in all common spaces in dorms and in all libraries.
Over the last year and a half, Jeff Bernhard, Assistant Director for ITS Operations,
worked with members of the Harvard University Faculty of Arts and Sciences Computer
Services (HASCS) team to plan and implement wireless access in each of the 12
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