Due to the antiCOVID-19 measures, the library's spaces and services are undergoing modifications to adapt them to the new situation.
The computers for public use in the Central Library will not be operational until further notice. Neither any type of peripheral device (mice, hard drives, cables, headphones, etc.) is provided.
The laptop loan service is working.
This course is going to be different because of the coronavirus. For that reason we have adapted our spaces and services so the university community can continue to have access to library resources.
All members of the university community are responsible for complying with the measures aimed at controlling and reducing the transmission of COVID-19. It is up to everyone to keep contagions away from our university.
Thank you fou your patience and understanding.
We have public use computers, wifi and laptop loan service.
Computers for public use:
UPVNET connected computers, Internet, office and scientific software , but we also have a computer adapted for disabled people, with specific applications. All with DVD recorder, computers connected to scanners, are equipped with optical character recognition (OCR) software.
To start a session you must be identified as a member of the UPV. Searching the catalog does not require identification.
Public Internet connection:
The Central Library has a wireless network for laptop connection, as well as access points to the network and power outlets.
The ASIC (Information and Communication System Area) provides you with instructions for setting up the connection of your laptop to the University network. In case of problems with the network connection, you must contact the ASIC. If you're in the Central Library, there is a direct telephone with direct line to the ASIC, opposite the loan desk.
Rules for using informatic services:
Its purpose is purely academic. It must respect the regulations governing Use of services and computing resources of the ASIC and the Rules for using the University computer rooms, as well as intellectual property law