Wireless problems and WISER coming up

The wireless upgrade on Tuesday doesn’t appear to have gone as smoothly as planned… we’ve had several reports of a consistently weak signal and problems connecting. ICT are investigating and hopefully the network will be back to full strength soon. In the meantime, if you have been having problems accessing the wireless network it would be great if you could let us know (including how you are accessing – OWL via VPN or the new OULS-reader – and where you are sitting).

UPDATE: Apparently 1 connection in 10 is suffering a weak signal, so hopefully the majority of you are connecting fine…

And while I’m here… next week’s WISER session:

WISER: Google Project
Wednesday 4th June 2008 (week 7), 12.30 – 1.30, OUCS, Banbury Road.
The Library Services are working with Google to attempt the mass digitization of our entire holdings of out-of-copyright C19th material. This presentation will set our experiences and the outputs of the project in the context of Oxford’s ambitions to provide a digital library service for the global community of readers.
Michael Popham.
Book at: http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/itlp/courses/detail/TZWR

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