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Staffordshire will move to very high COVID alert level on 2 December

Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi printing

Wi-Fi

There is free Wi-Fi access at all of our libraries. To use the Wi-Fi for the first time, you will need to register at the library to get a password and sign an Internet Use Registration Form (75 KB). The library's wireless network is unsecured, we recommend that you do not transfer confidential information using it.

Wi-Fi printing

Wi-Fi printing is now available at the following libraries:

Once you’ve got onto our Wi-Fi network, speak to a member of staff in order to set up your printing privileges. After your initial setup, future visits will allow you to send your Wi-Fi prints at any time, then come to the library counter to pay for and release your prints.

Standard printing charges apply.

Instructions

If you are using a PC or Android device, you will need to log in to a Google account and download their printing app. Instructions can be found below and they are also available at the library. 

Eduroam

For students, the Eduroam Wi-Fi network is also available at all of our libraries, allowing you to connect to your university network. You do not need a library card to access Eduroam.

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