If you are off campus and are accessing library databases or other proprietary resources, you will be prompted to authenticate your Trevecca status by entering your name and library barcode number. Once those have been successfully entered, the proprietary resources will open and function as if you were on campus. The diagram above shows the sequence for the barcode numbers. Check out the short video tutorial linked below if you still have questions.
What if you don't have an ID? Contact either your course program office or the library for help with this.
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Waggoner Library has some great spaces to get work done. From numerous computers to collaborative mediascapes and group study rooms we have a variety of spaces and tools for you to use. Mediascapes can be reserved for group work. Click here to schedule.
Group study rooms are found on the main floor and second floors. They are first-come, first-served. Several can seat 4 to 8 while the majority seat up to four. All have whiteboards and network/electrical connections. Dry erase markers can be checked out from the main circulation desk. The ground floor area has three study rooms that have media access to watch a DVD etc...
Students can print to the Papercut printers. Print jobs are released by either sliding your TNU ID or entering your network login on the printer.
Drinks in closed containers are welcome in the library. Food can be eaten in the Community room on the main floor. There is a Coke machine [$1.25] in the Community room. NINETEEN| 01 coffee bar is now open on the main floor serving coffee & tea.
The main circulation desk has headphones and laptops for student check out to use in the library. Just be sure you have your TNU student ID.