Graduate students and academic visitors may register with the IT Office to use the Graduate Study Room at Radcliffe Humanities and may then use their University card to access the room. The room contains five Windows PCs, which are connected to the University network and can access the Internet and local resources such as OxLIP. Software includes Microsoft Office (including Word, Excel and Access), Adobe Acrobat to create documents for publishing on the web, and Adobe Photoshop for graphics work. The room also contains a photocopier (for printing and scanning), a binding machine and space for using laptops. For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, there are many reader workstations situated throughout the Philosophy Library including three in the new Computing Resources Room, which also has a printer and mains and ethernet sockets for students who want to use their own laptops in the building. For further information, please contact email@example.com. IT Services at 13 Banbury Road provides extensive computing facilities for the University’s staff, students and visitors and can register visitors who have brought their own machines, for use of the electronic mailing network. Application forms are available from the Help Area at IT Services, and must be countersigned by a senior member of the University. If academic visitors wish to use other facilities available in IT Services, the Faculty Administrator can provide a letter confirming their status.
There is an OWL wireless network running throughout Radcliffe Humanities Building. Those wishing to connect should contact the IT Office for guidance.