How do I connect to British Library WiFi?
If you already have a British Library Online Account, just select the BL Public WiFi network then enter your British Library username and password on the login page. If the WiFi is the only service you've used before, you will have to re-register because we have made some improvements to the WiFi network.
- Click the "Windows" button.
- Click on "Network & Internet."
- Click Wi-Fi→tick the Wi-Fi slider to "On."
- Click "Show available networks."
- Go to "Connecting to the Network" (below).
Many libraries have computers where you can access the internet, often for free. To do this, you usually need to book a slot first. You may also be able to sign up for computer courses.
Nationwide, 82 percent of public libraries now offer this service, and some states (and the District of Columbia) report universal WiFi access in their public libraries.
Your Members' Room
All the comforts you're used to will be here, with comfy seating, work desks, Wi-Fi and power sockets available throughout.
Free WiFi is located around the Library and can be accessed using a password which is available at the Library. Laptops and other reading devices may be used throughout the building, and laptop stands can be borrowed from the Librarian's desk in the Reading Room.
- Tap on the Setting Icon on your Home screen.
- Tap the Wi-Fi option.
- From Choose a Network tap our Wi-Fi called wvlc_ref.
- On your iPad open Safari and go to www.com.edu. You may be ask to log into the network. Follow the instruction provide and you are good to go.
Wi-Fi hotspots in coffee shops, libraries, airports, hotels, universities, and other public places are convenient, but often they're not secure. If you connect to a Wi-Fi network and send information through websites or mobile apps, someone else might be able to see it.
In addition, Wireless@SGx allows users to log in automatically (there is no need for username or password) after an initial one-time setup. Wireless@SG requires users to log in via a browser every time. Since there is no need for a username and password anymore, how is this login method more secure?
- Local or membership library. Public libraries are a prime spot for you to easily get work done. ...
- An internet cafe. ...
- Hotel lobby. ...
- Museum. ...
- Botanical garden. ...
- Grocery store cafe. ...
- Local university.
Can you use your own laptop in a library?
Personal laptops and devices
You can use personal laptops and other devices in libraries providing that you do not disturb others.
Libraries provide users with opportunities to use computers and other devices (e.g. laptops, tablets, ebook readers, etc.) to access online resources such as library catalogs, research databases, ebooks, other digital content, and the Internet.