Some of our libraries offer free one-to-one help sessions and regular free sessions for beginners with our computer buddies. Just ask a member of the library team if you need help to access the wifi or when using our computers. You’re welcome to use your own flash drive, but if your device needs to install software or its own drivers it may not work on our computers. For more information, including a list of libraries where they are currently available and term and conditions, please go to thehublet tablets page. Library members can book a computer up to 7 days in advance using the ‘Book a Computer’ icon on any library computer desktop. Please refer to ourlist of libraries page to confirm that your local library is currently open and to check its opening hours.
Printing is not currently available via our wifi network.
The maximum time is 2 hours per day, not 2 hours per library. There are computers in all our libraries for public use. Please read our internet use policy before using our computers. Wifi is available for library members bringing their own laptops or devices into the library.
Children (members and non-members) can visit filtered websites, free of charge. Search for the ‘Library’ wi-fi network, then read and accept the terms and conditions. The following document will assist with how to print from your smartphone, laptop or tablet.
Every UCL student gets a user ID and password so you can access services. You can join Oxfordshire Libraries for free at any time. Please be aware that you will lose your session if you do not take up your reservation within 10 minutes of the start time. If computers are available when you arrive, you can use them until the next booked session begins. The login screen will tell you how long you have until the next booking. Start reading Understanding Computers, Smartphones, and the Internet on your Kindle in under a minute.
We also have scanning facilities and printing available for a small charge of 20p per black and white A4 print and 65p per colour A4 print. As well as computers with free internet access, you can also find access to many online reference resources including Ancestry Library Edition. Many of these are available 24/7 from any device with an internet connection but there are some services that are only available on library computers because of licensing restrictions. It’s easy – you can book a 2-hr session in an activeIT centre up to a week in advance, either in person, by phone or 24/7 or online. If you’re not a library member, you can join on the spot, subject to evidence of identity – ask for details. Library members can book computer sessions for up to three hours per session at the Library of Birmingham or up to two hours per session at community libraries.
- Our payment security system encrypts your information during transmission.
- Additionally, there will be the offer of digital skills training provided by libraries or Leicester Adult Education.
- Kindle eBook is available now and can be read on any device with the free Kindle app.
- If you save work to our computers, it will be automatically deleted at the end of your session; this is to protect your confidentiality.
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The computers in the Children’s Library are for use by children and young people. Library computers automatically shut down 15 minutes before the library closes. You will be warned when your session is coming to an end. If you finish early, please log out to save your unused time.
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WiFi printing is available at all Leicester libraries. If you’d rather go to lessons on a regular basis, see what Skills and Learning have to offer. From basic computer skills to shopping indiancultureonline.com on eBay, there’s something for everyone. You do not have to be a library member to use our free wifi, but you will need to read and accept the terms and conditions of use.
If you have a library membership card, you can book by calling or visiting your local library. Buckinghamshire Libraries provide loanable tablets known as Hublets, at various libraries in Buckinghamshire for customers to use while in the library. These loanable tablets should remain inside the library buildings and are subject to the terms outlined in this policy. Our wifi service is not encrypted and as such information sent over the network may be liable to interception by others. Children and young people aged 8 to 15 years must be library members and have parental permission to use the library computers.