Sometimes i come here during noon, but unfortunately i can not use the internet before 9pm!! however more than 80% of the computers are free! and nobody used them! please change the time schedule of the internet for this kind of student.
Thank you for your message. I’m assuming that you are referring to guest access to the Libraries’ computers.
If you wish to consult resources that are part of our online collection, you are welcome to consult them on specially identified workstations in the Libraries.
These terminals will connect you to our online catalogue (CLUES), our databases and our vast collection of electronic journals and ebooks. These terminals are available to everyone, during the Libraries’ opening hours. No login required.
However, the rest of the Concordia Libraries’ computers (the ones with full Internet, MS Office, etc.) are for the current Concordia community, first and foremost. The reasoning behind our policy regarding guests is that if you are a student at another institution, you have access at your home institution’s workstations. If you are a member of the general public, you can use a public library. If you live in the Ville de Montréal, you may consult its complete list of branch libraries. There also is the Grande Bibliothèque, right downtown.