UAlberta Libraries now offers an equipment lending service!
Laptops are currently available for loan at Cameron, BSJ, Coutts, Scott, Augustana, Winspear, Law and Rutherford libraries.
4K digital video cameras and remote control tripods are available for loan at Cameron and Rutherford libraries.
Check the list below for availability.
Our Equipment Lending Program is a service for University of Alberta students, staff and faculty.
Users should be aware that the laptops are not encrypted, and must not be used to create, store, or access any university sensitive information. Please see Liability and Personal Information below.
All personal information, including files and saved documents, is deleted when the laptop is restarted. Please save your work to a USB stick, your AFS space or other Cloud services.
24 hours. No renewals. No holds.
Equipment and all related peripherals must be returned to the service desk of their home library during Service Desk opening hours.
Borrowers are subject to the University of Alberta Libraries borrowing policies.
Avoid fines. Return on time.
Please note: actual replacement costs will be billed to your account if the item is not returned.
Laptops undergo maintenance during intersessions, so laptops will not be available for borrowing after exams and at the beginning of each term.
|Laptop Type||Unique Software||Standard Laptop Software|
|PC Laptop Standard||None||
|PC Laptop ArcGIS||ArcGIS: geographic information system (GIS) for working with maps and geographic information.|
|PC Laptop Adobe CC||Adobe Creative Cloud: software suite to support graphic design, video editing, web development, photography, etc.|
|PC Laptop SPSS||SPSS: statistical analysis software.|
OS X 10.11.6 (El Capitan)
All personal information, including files and saved documents, is deleted when the laptop is restarted. Please save your work to a USB stick, your AFS space or other Cloud services. Borrowed memory cards will be formatted and cleared of data upon returning. The Library accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage to user files.
The laptops are not encrypted and in accordance with the Information Technology Security Policy and Encryption Procedure must not be used to create, store or access any university sensitive information. Similarly, your own personal information, data or actions are not encrypted. The Library accepts no responsibility for unauthorized access and disclosure of university sensitive information. For information on what constitutes sensitive information, please view the University of Alberta's Encryption Procedure. For more information on mobile computing security, please visit Best Practices for Securing University Information on Mobile Devices page.
The use of the borrowed equipment is subject to the University of Alberta’s Code of Student Behaviour and Information technology Use and Management Policy. Students assume full responsibility and financial liability for the borrowed equipment and their peripherals.