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Use of Cell Phones
Using Cell Phones Library
- Talk on your phone only in library hallways or stairwells
- Talk using low voice
- Set your phone on vibrate upon entering the library
- Cell phones may not be used in the library reading rooms
Print Release Stations
Third Floor Computer Lab, Library Room 337
Copier/Scanner/Printer Station, Library 1st Floor
Student Computer Area, Library Cellar
Locating Computers & Printers
Borrowing Laptop Computers, Netbooks, & Computer Locks
- Available for loan at Library Circulation Desk.
- Must be Brooklyn Law School students with valid BLS ID card
Using Library Desktop Computers
- Access with your BLS username & password
- Cellar Lab, located by the Main Collection (Library Cellar)
- 3rd Floor Computer Lab, Library Room 337. There is a COLOR PRINTER in this lab.
Copying, Scanning, and Printing
Copying, Scanning & Faxing
Copiers/scanners are located on the 1st floor of the library
Copying costs is five cents per page, scanning is free
Only black and white copies are available
Visitors needing copies can ask for assistance at the Circulation Desk
- The Library does not support faxing
- BLS uses special software to support printing from laptops to printers in the library labs and journal areas
- To access and download the BLS Wireless Print drivers, go to Pharos Drivers and select the appropriate driver for your operating system.
- Each student receives Printing Account credit of $25.00 (500 pages) per year. Printing costs five cents per page.
- Use your credit or debit card to add money to your Printing Account by logging on to BLSConnect and navigating to this link.
- Current students may retain access to their accounts until August 1st of the year after their graduation. Access to all other users ends upon the termination of their relationship with the Law School.