Launch Date: May 2016
Roving features staff typically seen behind the Library Services Desk, now more visible on the second, third and fourth floors. The Rovers, who will circulate through the building nearly any time the library is open, have everything Tech students, faculty and staff need to study research and find answers quickly, confidently and with ease.
Need help with printing? It’s covered. Looking for a specific book or article? We’re here to help. Our rovers serve as your easy, one-stop guide to everything the Georgia Tech Library offers.
Launch Date: May 2016
It’s no secret students need storage for their personal items and electronic gadgets, and chargeable lockers represent the Library’s commitment to providing amenities to make life easier for Tech students. Available for four hours at a time, the lockers, located next to the main entrance on the first floor, give students the ability to choose their own four-digit lock code.
Please note The Georgia Tech Library is not responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen items. Use of this storage is at your own risk. No food or drink containers may be stored in the lockers.
Self-Service Laptop Kiosk
Launch date: August 2016
Beginning Monday, Aug. 22, Georgia Tech students, faculty and staff will be able to use the self-service kiosk to check out PC laptops. The kiosk is located on the first floor of the Library directly across from the Library Services Desk. Check out time is four hours, and no data is saved between use. Make sure to save all data to the cloud to removable media.
Mac laptops are still available at the Library Services Desk on the first floor of Price Gilbert.
Users accept full financial responsibility for the laptops, which are expected to be returned in the condition loaned. If you experience problems, please report them through the dashboard of the self-service kiosk.
Launch Date: August 2015
With the emerging retroTECH Lab as a home base, students, faculty, staff, alumni, researchers, and community partners engage in hands-on research, DIY peer-to-peer digital archiving, experiential learning, and outreach around the evolution of technology.
The vision for the retroTECH Lab entails a highly curated combination of classic, vintage hardware and software and modern tools for digital archiving and emulation, all designed to be accessed and used. retroTECH aims to inspire a cultural mindset that emphasizes the importance of personal archives, open access to digital heritage, and long-term thinking.