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Each library has a network of computers available to you for academic research, including the use of online and CD-ROM databases, web-based resources, and the internet.

 

  • 341 King St. Library Learning Commons:
    • 29 Open Access Computers (29 Macs)
    • 2 Computer Kiosks
    • 9 Laptops 

 

  • Casa Loma Library Learning Commons:
    • 240 Open Access Computers (235 PCs and 5 Macs)
    • 9 Computer Kiosks
    • 20 Laptops 

 

  • CHCA e-Library 300 Adelaide street (Room 111):
    • 45 Open Access Computers (45 PCs)
    • 7 Computer Kiosks
    • 5 Laptops  

 

  • Ryerson Academic Resource Centre (SHE Room 677):
    • 27 Open Access Computers (27 PCs)
    • 5 Laptops

 

  • St. James Library Learning Commons Upper Level: 
    • 246 Open Access Computers (231 PCs and 15 Macs)
    • 10 Computer Kiosks
    • 21 Laptops  

 

  • St. James Library Learning Commons Lower Level (Room B137): 

 

    • 113 Open Access Computers (64 PCs  and 49 Macs)
    • 8 Computer Kiosks

 

  • Waterfront Library Learning Commons 6th Floor: 

 

    • 56 Open Access computers (48 PCs and 8 Macs)
    • 10 Computer Kiosks
    • 13 Laptops
    • 24 Netbooks

 

  • Waterfront Library Learning Commons 5th Floor: 

 

    • 48 Open Access laptops (when instruction room is not in use)

 

You have the option of downloading material to your own portable drive, e-mailing material to yourself, or printing.
 

The Casa Loma library has a silent computer room. Any noise that may be disruptive to others is not permitted.
 

Each campus has hardware and software specific to the classes taught at each campus location.

 

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