The Georgetown University’s secured wireless networks for the Georgetown community are available throughout the library and are called SaxaNet and eduroam. Patrons that are not members of the Georgetown community should use the GuestNet wireless network. Please visit the reference desk for assistance in accessing the guest network.
Windows and Mac computers that do not require a login are located throughout the library. These computers provide access to computers provide access to e-mail, Microsoft Word, Lexis, Westlaw, CALI, the web, and other applications.
Laser printing is available using the Pharos print management system, which allows students to charge printing to a university GoCard.
Additional workstations are available for student use in the Computer Learning Center.
Computer Learning Center
The Computer Learning Center (CLC) is located on the second floor of the Library within the main Reading Room.
This room is used as a classroom for hands-on teaching of a wide variety of online research systems, including Lexis, Westlaw and the web. Whenever classes are not in session, students may use this room for research.
Other Georgetown Law Center departments are welcome to use the room for training. Please follow these procedures:
- Reserve the room at least 2 days in advance. If you would like to check the availability of the room, please contact lawlibinstruction@georgetown.
- The Computer Learning Center (CLC) is equipped with a projector, presenter computer, and connection access for presenter laptops.
- The computers available have current office productivity software including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and web access. It does not have a connection to the Law Center network. If the presenter needs to have access to files during the class, bring them on a USB flash drive. The presenter should not change any settings on equipment in the lab.
- There are 24 student computers in the CLC.
On campus, law student computer and technology support is provided through the Law Center Service Desk, located in McDonough Hall room 152. Phone: 202-662-9284. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The University’s computer use policy, which applies to our computers too, can be found at the Acceptable Use Policy page.