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All that you need to connect to this free network is a valid LPL card and PIN.
* not currently available at Glanworth
How do I use wireless Internet at the library?
Login instructions as of March 5, 2012
You are now free to browse the Internet until 5 minutes before library closing time.
Frequently Asked Questions
When is the service available, and is there a time limit?
Wireless service is available during regular hours at each location until 5 minutes before closing. You may use the service for as long as the library is open.
Wireless access for visitors without a London Public Library card can often be accomodated. Talk to staff at any of our locations you visit for more information.
The Library will provide free wireless access for those attending programs or renting space in our meeting spaces. For more information, please contact our Community Outreach and Program Services office, 519-661-5122.
Is the wireless network secure?
By their very nature, public WiFi networks are not secure. Use this service at your own risk.
Is the wireless connection filtered?
No, the wireless connection is not filtered for content.
Can I access LPL online databases?
Absolutely! Online databases can be accessed from the LPL website. You will still need your valid borrower’s card to log on to the databases, just like from home. Our wifi can also be used to access and download audio and eBooks via our website.
Can I print from my wireless connection?
Unfortunately, wireless users cannot print directly to LPL printers. In order to print, please save to a portable storage device, and then use a public workstation as usual.
Who can I talk to about the wireless service?
You can talk to staff, or email us at email@example.com
When you come into the library, bring your library card and ask staff to help you set (or reset) you PIN.
When you come into the library, bring your library card and a piece of ID with your address and ask staff to update your card. You will need to pay off any outstanding fines.
Getting a Library Card is easy and takes just a few minutes in person at any library location. Also, there are many other useful tools, collections and services that you can take advantage of with your LPL card.