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The Medical Center Library computer lab is open all hours the Library is open.
8:00 a.m - Midnight, Monday - Thursday
8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m., Friday
10:00 a.m. - 6 p.m., Saturdays
Noon - 8:00 p.m., Sunday
The lab is designed to serve the educational, research, and patient care needs of the University of Kentucky faculty, students, and staff.
The lab computers have access to the Internet and major Windows productivity applications, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access. Software programs used for UK classes are loaded when requested by instructors.
Assistance is provided during prime hours of operation (8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday). All users of the computer lab are expected to observe the following guidelines.
Computer Use Guidelines
Software is licensed for educational use only. Illegal use of computer hardware and software is prohibited under Kentucky Criminal Law (KRS 434.850 - 434.860).
Only software installed by the University Libraries or Medical Center Information Services is allowed. Do not download or install software on these workstations. Library staff will work with instructors to load authorized software needed for educational purposes.
Attempting to bypass system restrictions, tampering with system files or applications, or otherwise misusing computer or network resources is not allowed.
Excessive noise is not allowed. Be considerate of others by keeping noise and other disruptions to a minimum. Disruptive persons will be asked to leave.
Game playing is not an appropriate use for library computers.
Please limit your time to 30 minutes when others are waiting; there is a limit of one computer per person.
Food, drink, and tobacco products are not allowed.
Printing costs are 12 cents/page and requires a UK student I.D. card or PlusAccount card.
Personal files left on the computers will be deleted.
The University of Kentucky is not responsible for lost files or data, or for lost or damaged disks.
Flagrant violation of the Computer Use Policy may result in the loss of access privileges to the library computers.
These computers provide unrestricted access to the Internet, which may contain materials offensive to some users. The University of Kentucky is not responsible for content found in any external resource that is accessible from computer workstations in the UK Libraries, whether free or paid for by the Libraries. Users should speak to a library staff member if concerned about materials viewed on library workstations.