New Sun Joy Maclaren Adaptive Technology Centre Guidelines

Changes to Library services during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Use of the New Sun Joy Maclaren Adaptive Technology Centre is restricted to Carleton students referred by the Paul Menton Centre.  Privileges of the Centre are not extended to others accompanying registered students.

Within the Space

  • Disruptive, offensive, or inappropriate behaviour/language is prohibited.  Refrain from any noise or activity that disrupts the concentration of others.  The Centre is meant to be a quiet place to study.
  • Respect the privacy and personal space of others using the Centre.
  • No eating or drinking in the Centre.  Water is permitted in closed containers at the workstations.
  • Scent free environment.
  • Telephone has been provided at the Student Attendant's desk for brief calls.  Ringers of cell phones to be turned off.  Have your cell phone conversations in stairwells, if possible.
  • Do not leave your personal belongings unattended, even for a short period of time.  The Coordinator and Student Attendants are not responsible for watching your belongings. 
  • Refrain from informal reservation of space by leaving your belongings at a workstation.
  • JMC Student Attendants and other Library staff close the Centre half an hour before the Library closes.  No patron is permitted in the Centre after it closes.

Use of Equipment

  • Transfer your computer files to another location; do not leave files on the Centre's computers.  Installing unauthorized software on computers is prohibited.
  • Use of computers is limited to two hours maximum per visit.  Please sign in on arrival.  You may reserve a workstation in advance.
  • A laser printer is connected to all workstations.  Printing is restricted to your academic use only.  Be considerate and resourceful in your use of printed copies. We accept donations of blank paper.

Please note:  Violation of these guidelines may lead to loss of privileges at the New Sun Joy Maclaren Adaptive Technology Centre.

Content last reviewed: August 27, 2019