Over spring break, Student Computing Support re-imaged the computers in the Addlestone Library to implement changes that speed up how long it takes to log into the computers in the computer lab. As a result you won’t spend as long waiting to get started on your work when you come here to study and do your assignments.
There is a known compatibility issue with OAKS and Google Chrome versions 32 and 33 (beta). With Google Chrome versions 32 and 33 (beta), pop-up windows are not working properly within OAKS. These pop-up windows are used frequently throughout the system. The common behavior is that a window will display “Loading….”, but then times out to a blank window. If you experience these issues, we recommend that you try another web browser such as Firefox, Safari or Internet Explorer. Desire2Learn is looking into the issue, however, they do not currently have a time frame for a resolution.
The College of Charleston is proud to announce that beginning in March 2014 the Addlestone Library will undergo a major renovation project to increase study spaces for our students and shelving for our collections.
The major construction phase of the renovation will take place during the summer, with completion in time for the start of the Fall 2014 semester. During the renovation, the 2nd and 3rd floors of the library will be closed to Faculty, Staff, Students, and community patrons while the new mobile shelving is installed. The vast majority of our collection (CofC Stacks and Periodicals) will also be unavailable during the renovation. The 1st floor will be open throughout the summer and all of its services will be uninterrupted.
For more details and updates, please visit the Addlestone Library renovation page.