Theft is the number one crime on the Drexel campus, and your laptop is a prime target.
Please do not leave your laptop unattended for any amount of time in any public space, and that includes the library. Going to the bathroom, stepping away to make a phone call, and popping outside for a hotdog or cigarette all count as lengths of time away.
Even if you ask a neighbor to watch your stuff, his or her studiously bent eyes might not be quick enough to catch a seasoned thief.
When's the last time you reserved a group study room at the library? If it was last term, you're in for a treat. We've updated our room reservation system to be easier to use and even friendlier than before. Check it out. You'll be hooked. And booked! : )
And don't forget you can rent laptops and projectors for those rooms at the circulation desk. Come on by, flash us your ID, and we'll get you everything you need for a productive group study session.
In case you haven't noticed, there's a lot going on in Hagerty's lower level. We're in the midst of a two-week blitz of classroom teaching, which means that L13-C and L14, our two main computer classrooms, will be sporadically out of commission each day.
Looking for a computer? Fear not!
Ever come to Hagerty Library to get some work done and find all the computers are taken? Next time, please don't give up, because we've got other options.
You can bypass the crowd by checking out a laptop from the circulation desk.
Continuing the countdown of 10 ways to use Hagerty for low-stress, high-efficiency studying.
|Laptops and Ethernet Cables
Don't freak out if your home computer crashes! Don't despair if all the desktops are taken in Hagerty!
Don't feel like lugging your laptop to the library? You don't have to!