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Computers and printing

Log on/off

Logging on

  • Each time you log on you will be asked to agree to our acceptable use policy
  • You can have a maximum of 60 minutes access each day
  • You can't bank time and carry it over to other days
  • You may be able to extend your session - this will be at the discretion of library staff

Logging off

  • You'll get an on-screen alert 10 minutes before your session ends
  • You'll get another alert 2 minutes before your session ends
  • The computer will automatically log off at the end of your session
  • Remember to save your work on your own portable data storage device - don't save any of your work on to the computer hard drive
  • To protect your privacy and data security, all computers will automatically delete local user files and web history


  • If you’re not yet a library member, you can join online or visit a library to get started
  • When you join, you'll need to set a PIN to use the computers
  • If you're under 13 you will need your parent/carer's permission to use the internet

Booking a computer

  • You can book a computer up to 7 days in advance
  • Staff can reserve a session for you within the library
  • You can reserve a computer from home by ringing your local library (you will need your library barcode number)
  • Please remember to cancel if you are unable to attend your booking
  • Reserved computers will become automatically available after 8 minutes
  • If your booking lapses your time allowance will be used for the day
  • To protect your privacy and data security, all computers will automatically delete local user files and web history


  • A4/A3 black and white and colour printing is charged at a standard rate per side
  • Wireless printing is available at our 7 static library sites and archives. Library members can access this online. You can print directly from your device on site.
  • Find our full list of fees and charges


  • You do not need to be a library member to use the WiFi
  • The library WiFi network is a filtered service and is unsecured
  • We recommend that you do not transfer confidential information, such as financial details or passwords
  • We recommend that your equipment has adequate security and anti-virus protection installed


  • As a Walsall library member you can use our full range of computer services
  • Temporary visitor passes can be issued by library staff - there's a charge for this
  • You need to bring your library card number and your PIN
  • Find out more about our charges

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