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Library Homepage: Computers, Printing & More

Computers, Printing, and WiFi

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The library provides computer workstations on a first-come, first-served basis for currently enrolled students of the UH System. Computers are equipped with web browsers (Chrome and Firefox) and standard Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, etc.).

Students will need their 8-digit UH ID number to logon to a computer. Users must acknowledge and abide by the library's Computer Use Policy [PDF].

Library computers are also used by librarians to teach research classes, therefore they may be unavailable at posted times.

Additional campus computing is available at these locations:

Responsible Computer Use

Users must comply with the UH policy on Use and Management of Information Technology Resources [PDF]. Library computers and related equipment are to be used only to access information resources for educational, instructional, and research needs related to the mission and activities of the University of Hawaii. The use of Library computer equipment for other purposes is prohibited.

The following is considered unauthorized computer use and is prohibited:

  • Knowingly or carelessly performing an act that will interfere with the normal operation of computers, peripherals, or networks;
  • Attempting to circumvent data protection schemes or uncover security loopholes;
  • Using the network to gain unauthorized access to any computer systems;
  • Masking the identity of an account or machine, which includes, but is not limited to, sending mail anonymously;
  • Attempting to monitor or tamper with electronic communications of other users, or reading, copying, changing, or deleting files or software of other users;
  • Installing or uploading of software programs or graphics;
  • Using a computer account that you are not authorized to use.

It is also University of Hawaii policy that:

  • Displaying of sexually explicit images or sounds where others can see or hear them may create a hostile environment and could constitute sexual harassment according to University policies on sexual harassment. Library staff may intervene and direct users to cease this activity;
  • University resources are intended to be used for institutional purposes and may not be used for private gain;
  • Users must observe all laws relating to copyright, trademark, export and intellectual property rights.

Printing

Laser printing is available from all library computers. Pick up and pay for printouts at the Circulation Services counter. Cash only.

  • $0.10 per page for B&W
  • $0.50 per page for COLOR

Double-sided and wireless printing are not currently available.

Campus Wireless Networks (WiFi)

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Recommended Wireless Network: eduroam  
The University of Hawai‘i System is a member of eduroam.
Eduroam is an international community comprising university and college institutions with an agreement to share network resources with all its members as they travel around the world. This allows individuals from participating schools who visit the University of Hawaii--whether on business or pleasure--to be able to get a secure Wi-Fi network connection using their own campus login username/password.
The one-time setup takes a bit of time, so please see setup instructions. (Set-up instructions are for various operating systems.)

 

WiFi OPEN NETWORK: HON 

PASSWORD: [no password required for access] 

When opening a browser, you will be prompted to login with your UH username and password. Please note that network availability cannot be guaranteed at all times in all locations.

 

Contact the HonCC ITS Help Desk for assistance at (808) 845-9333 or inquire about access issues at any library service desk.

KIC Digital Scanner

A zero cost self-service scanner is available to create full-color PDF documents that can be emailed, saved to a USB flash drive, or transferred to a smart device. Library staff can assist you in its use.

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