WiFi, internet and photocopiers
Accessing WiFi at the library
All Moreland libraries offer WiFi access.
Library members can access WiFi in the libraries for free. Visit join the library to become a library member.
You can connect your laptop or device to the WiFi network as you would normally in any public place.
On the log on page use your membership number e.g. A20003012121212B and your password which is your date of birth in 8 numbers ddmmyyyy to log on.
WiFi access is only avaliable during library opening hours. The WiFi shuts down 5 minutes before closing time.
Using the library's computers and internet
All Moreland libraries have computers with internet access which can be used by library members to look at the web, check email or to do word processing. Visit join the library to become a library member.
To book a computer, call any Moreland library and provide your membership number. You can also make your next booking while you are at the library via the library catalogue computer. Staff can help you with this.
Brunswick, Coburg, Fawkner and Glenroy libraries each have an express computer which is available for 15 minute walk up sessions.
It is free to use a library computer. You can use a computer for a maximum of two hours a day.
Computers have Microsoft Office 2013, Firefox internet browser, Adobe Reader and webcams. WiFi printing is available.
Printing, scanning and photocopying
- Black and white printing and photocopies are 20 cents for a single-sided A4 page and 40 cents for single-sided A3 page.
- Colour printing and photocopies are $1 for a single-sided A4 page and $2 for a single-sided A3 page.
You are responsible for your own printing and photocopying and there are no refunds.
You will need your library membership card to use printing and photocopy facilities. Money is loaded onto your card to pay for the printing. We have an EFTPOS facility to load money onto your membership card if you do not have cash.
The photocopiers use 100 per cent recycled white paper. You cannot use your own paper.
Photocopiers also have a scanning facility. You can only scan documents to a USB. You are unable to scan directly to email. You must provide your own USB or purchase one from the library.