From the library's FAQs webpage:
All users are expected to be aware of and adhere to the NDUS computer policy (please see the NDSCS Guide to Student Rights and Responsibilities for a complete copy of the North Dakota University System Computer and Network Usage Policy). Any patron disregarding the NDUS computer policy may be refused use of the computers in the library, or anywhere on campus. Computers in the library are reserved for research purposes only.
Who can use the computers in the Mildred Johnson Library?
Library staff reserves the right to monitor screens, to suggest search strategies and to limit use of the computers and printers at their discretion. Privacy of searching is respected as long as the sensibilities of other patrons are recognized.
Students must connect to the eduroam wifi.
When prompted for your username & password enter the following:
• Username: your campus connection email@example.com
• Password: your Campus Connection/Blackboard password
NOTE: Whenever you change your NDUS/Campus Connection username and password, you will need to log-in again to access wifi.
Access to the NDSCS Guest network is reserved for guests who come to campus and have no other means of getting on the network. Ask the staff at the Library's circulation desk for assistance. The Guest Wifi name is NDSCS Guest.
All students will log in to the library, classroom and lab computers using their NDSCS AD username and password. If you have not activated your NDSCS AD account or do not recall your login information, you will need to go to the ITS Service Desk counter in the Hektner Student Center for assistance.
Campus printers are not set up to allow for laptop printing but we do have a few work-around ideas to enable students to print by migrating the document they have on their laptop to a student lab computer. Note: all the following require that students have NDSCS AD login information to use a campus lab computer. You have 3 options:
Students and employees can use the scanner to scan the pages you need to a .PDF and send it to your email. From there, you can open your email from any student lab computer and print your scanned documents.