Prior to this year, when Folashadé Alao hooked up to the internet in Woodruff Library, she would need to use one of the computers already there or bring her own ethernet cable to connect her laptop. Not anymore. Now the fourth-year graduate student in the Institute for the Liberal Arts, along with any other Emory user who comes into the library, can hook up using one of the 52 new wireless access points intalled by Network Communications.
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Wireless Net access spreading across Emory
Internet access on campus no longer requires a cable. After many months of testing and years of research before that, Network Communications has outfitted Woodruff Library with 52 wireless access points, giving Emory users the freedom to work online without being tethered to a wall.
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