Yes, you can use the computers at any of the three SFU libraries. See our related FAQs on Library computer locations and Library computer logins for information on getting access to Library computers.
SFU Information Technology keeps an up-to-date list of software specifications on assignment computers at:
- SFU Burnaby
- SFU Surrey
- SFU Vancouver (outside of the Library).
Note: Computers in the Belzberg Library have almost all the same software available as at SFU Burnaby.
You can borrow Dell Notebook Laptops from the circulation desks at all three SFU Libraries. These are equipped with assignment software.
For assistance with any technical problem with your assignment workstation, contact the appropriate IT Services division for your campus.
At W.A.C Bennett Library at SFU Burnaby, visit the IT Tech Help Desk on the third floor for help.
All workstations and laptops come equipped with a variety of web browsers. You may access your SFU Connect email client or external email providers though the browser.
See the Public Workstation Policy for restricted and prohibited activities.
See the Research Commons' page on Research Support Software for more information.
- Fair Use of Information and Communications Technology at SFU
- Public Computer Policy
- Copyright at SFU
- SFU Library Code of Conduct