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Use one of the many public-access computers in the Library. Or bring your laptop and connect to the campus network via wired or wireless access.
The Library has over 200 public-access computers available across its locations. Your use of these computers is subject to the Guidelines on use of Waterloo Computing and Network Resources.
Save your work regularly to a memory stick (USB storage device) or email it to yourself. Documents saved on library’s public computers are lost when:
Current students, staff, and faculty can connect their laptops to the Internet via either wired or wireless connections.
You can use your own ethernet cable or borrow one from the library Circulation desk to connect your laptop at one of the the following locations:
Waterloo Identity and Access Management (WatIAM) credentials are required to authenticate to the wireless network.
If you are experiencing difficulty using the campus wireless service, please check the IST troubleshooting resources.