Wireless Access in the UO Libraries
All UO Libraries offer wireless, or Wi-Fi, access to the Internet to students, faculty and staff of the University of Oregon. Wireless connectivity allows UO patrons with a laptop and wireless card or built-in wireless to login to the campus computing network and establish a high-speed connection for their computer whenever they are in range of a wireless access point. Members of the campus community can check email, participate in class discussions, review assignments, search library databases, read electronic journals, print a paper, or simply surf the Web.
Information about or assistance with installing wireless and networking is available from the UO Information Services. In person assistance can be obtained at the Help Desk in 151 McKenzie Hall. Telephone support for wireless networking is available at (541) 346-4412.
Guest Wireless Accounts
Faculty, staff and students affiliated with Oregon State University, Portland State University, and eduroam partner institutions can use their login credentials from their home institution to login to the UO network.
Information Services offers guest wireless self-service accounts for UO visitors to provide access to the Internet with the visitor's laptop. This feature allows UO visitors to register themselves for UO Guest wireless access for 7 days at a time. There is no limit to the number of times a guest may self-register.
Guest wireless accounts do not give guests access to licensed library resources or provide a login for academic workstations.