Bora Laskin Law Library - Library Services at a Glance

By: Law U Toronto  09-12-2011
Keywords: Computers, libraries, Floor

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Library Services at a Glance

Access to the Library
  • During regular hours of operation only
Borrowing Privileges
  • T-card, 14 Days, 1 renewal if no holds
Photocopying and Printing
  • 10 cents/per page in the computer lab
  • 15 cents/per page elsewhere in the library
Reference Services
  • 10 am to 4 pm at the reference desk or ask any of the reference staff at any time
Computers and Electronic Resources
  • 29 computers in the information commons- main floor (require UTORid and password)
  • 10 computers in the law student alcove - main floor (requires e.legal username and password)
  • 18 computers in the computer lab - first floor (access by door code - sent via listserve)
Access to the Library
  • LLM student - regular hours of operation during term. 24 hour access from May to August
  • SJD students - 24 hour access
Borrowing Privileges
  • T-card, 28 Days, 1 renewal if no holds
Photocopying and Printing
  • 10 cents/per page in the computer lab
  • 15 cents/per page elsewhere in the library
Reference Services
  • 10 am to 4 pm at the reference desk or ask any of the reference staff at any time
Computers and Electronic Resources
  • 29 computers in the information commons- main floor (require UTORid and password)
  • 10 computers in the law student alcove - main floor (requires e.legal username and password)
  • 18 computers in the computer lab - first floor (access by door code - sent via listserve)
Access to the Library
  • Regular hours of operation (Access to the library may be restricted to Law Students only during exam periods in April and December)
Borrowing Privileges
  • T-card, 14 Days, 1 renewal if no holds
Photocopying and Printing
Reference Services
  • 10 am to 4 pm at the reference desk
Computers and Electronic Resources
  • 29 computers in the information commons- main floor (require UTORid and password)
Access to the Library
  • Regular hours of Operation (Access to the library may be restricted to Law Students only during exam periods in April and December)
  • Visitors from other academic institutions do not need special documentation or permission to use the library
Borrowing Privileges
  • Other graduate students may apply for Research Reader borrowing privileges at the Robarts Library
  • Undergraduates and college students at other post-secondary institutions, as well as high school and elementary school students, are not eligible to become borrowers
Photocopying and Printing
  • 15 cents/per page with Visitor's Photocopy Card, in addition to an initial no refundable cost of $5.00 for a blank card
Reference Services
  • 10 am to 4 pm at the reference desk
Computers and Electronic Resources
  • 5 public computers in the information commons- main floor
Access to the Library
  • Regular hours of operation (Access to the library may be restricted to Law Students only during exam periods in April and December)
Borrowing Privilege Options
    • can be purchased by members of the public
    • Cost: $150.00/year - $100.00/6 montths - $60.00/3 months: - Seniors: $95.00/year
    • 14 day loan - 2 renewals
    • must be purchased at the Robarts Library
    • Cost: $60/year
    • 14 day loan - no renewals
    • Must be purchased at the Robarts Library
Photocopying and Printing
  • 15 cents/per page with Visitor's Photocopy Card, in addition to an initial no refundable cost of $5.00 for a blank card
Reference Services
  • 10 am to 4 pm at the reference desk (Access to the library may be restricted to Law Students only during exam periods in April and December)
  • questions taking longer than 10 minutes will be subject to a fee for service ($80.00 per hour)
Computers and Electronic Resources
  • 5 public computers in the law commons- main floor
Document Delivery/Interlibrary loan Services
  • Available to law firm libraries and government departments only
  • Fees (effective September 1st 2007):
  • $50.00 for each book or article requested
  • $1.00 per page photocopying plus Access Copyright tariffs
  • Faxing (if requested): $1.50 per page
  • Rush charge (if requested): $35.00
  • Search Fee: $5.00
Access to the Library
  • 10 am to 4 pm at the reference desk (Access to the library may be restricted to Law Students only during exam periods in April and December)
  • questions taking longer than 10 minutes will be subject to a fee for service ($80.00 per hour)
Borrowing Privileges
Photocopying and Printing
  • 15 cents/per page with Visitor's Photocopy Card, in addition to an initial no refundable cost of $5.00 for a blank card
Reference Services
  • 10 am to 4 pm at the reference desk
Computers and Electronic Resources
  • 5 public computers in the information commons- main floor
Access to the Library and Library Tours
    Borrowing Privileges
    Photocopying and Printing
    • 15 cents/per page with Visitor's Photocopy Card, in addition to an initial no refundable cost of $5.00 for a blank card
    Reference Services
    • 10 am to 4 pm at the reference desk
    Computers and Electronic Resources
    • 5 public computers in the information commons- main floor
     
The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

Keywords: Computer Lab, Computers, Electronic Resources, Floor, libraries, Library Services, PHOTOCOPYING

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