Electronic Devices at the Harvard Law School Library

Electronic Devices at the Harvard Law School Library

According to the Pew Internet and American Life Project, fully 85% of American adults use the internet or cell phones – and most use both.

Many also have broadband connections, digital cameras and video game systems. That number is more likely 100% for patrons of the Harvard Law School Library.

Please remember to set your cell phones to etiquette mode inside the library and use them only in areas permitted for cell phone use. And speaking of electronic devices, remember that in order to respect the privacy of our students and to maintain the library as a place for quiet study, photography, videotaping and filming within the library are not allowed, except with express permission. Finally, wireless Internet is available at select locations throughout the Library. Click here for more information on how to use this system with your laptop.

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