The Commons currently has 10 bookable computer stations available in the QEII Library, all of which have printer access. There are two additional computer labs available on campus for your use. See also the Library Services FAQ for more information.
Before coming to campus, you must complete the COVID-19 Self Assessment in the MUN Safe app.
If you are coming to campus to print, you can add funds to your account. You can also access the files in your LabNet folders from home.
Services Available During COVID Pandemic Response
We are adjusting our DMC and Makerspace workshops to make them available remotely (via video chat). Take a look at our upcoming workshops and register for any that you are interested in.
Our tutors are available to help you remotely (via video chat) with using the Microsoft Office suite of applications as well as the Adobe Creative Suite. To set up a session, please e-mail us at email@example.com.
Computer Labs & Study Space
The Commons currently has 10 bookable computer stations available in the QEII Library, all of which have printer access. There are also two additional computer labs available on campus for your use.
A limited number of bookable, individual on-campus study spaces are available in the library. Bookable graduate student study spaces are available in the Rotunda.
You can install a number of applications on your home computer including Microsoft Office 365, SPSS, MatLab and ArcGIS. All of these can be downloaded by visiting my.mun.ca and following the instructions provided.
The Writing Centre's online service is now open for the Winter 2021 semester.
Our staff are still working from home during this pandemic so if there is anything that we can help with, feel free contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.