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National lockdown: Stay at home

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

Currently, Wifi printing is only available to users with an Apple device – see information below.

Google have disabled their Printing App so Wifi printing is no longer available if you are using a PC or Android device.  Our suppliers are currently working on a resolution and these pages will be updated as soon as this is available. We apologise for any inconvenience.

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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