Internet access is available through the Library’s computer lab to anyone with a Carson-Newman network account. Individuals must log-on to the campus network using their C-N username and password. Once logged on, the patron has complete access to the network drives (J, K, and M) and the internet. Library patrons are encouraged to save their work to their M-drive account, where it will be available from any networked campus computer. Students who have not completed final registration must do so through the registrar’s office so that their campus networking account can be activated. Limited use of the guest network log-in may be available for students with unusual circumstances until they are able to complete registration. Anyone signed-in as a guest must save any material they wish to keep for later use to a floppy disk or CD.
Library guests are those who are not Carson-Newman University students, faculty and staff. Library guests are awarded (or allowed to purchase) library cards according to the classifications detailed in “Patron Identification.” Library guests will not be allowed a library guest network login, unless they hold a library card issued to them as a minister, VIP, or through the University of Tennessee reciprocal borrowing agreement. However, access will be provided to all patrons for electronic Federal Government information provided through the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP).
Reviewed and modified: February 18, 1998 Library Personnel
Reviewed and modified: March 2, 1998 Library Personnel
Reviewed and approved: April 16, 1998 Library Committee
Online Access developed: October 7, 1998 Library Staff
Reviewed and Modified: January 26, 2000 Library Personnel
Updated: March 3, 2003 Library Personnel