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Using the library: Computers

Our services and facilities - computers, study zones, online library, disability support and dyslexia support


Where can I access a computer in the Library?

  • We have computers in the Library which you can use either with or without a Click and Study appointment.
  • You’ll need your IT Services username and password to log on.
  • You can also borrow one of our loanable laptops.
  • We also have a few computers on each level of the library that you can only use for accessing Library Search.


All of the Library is a Wi-Fi zone where Newman staff and students can connect laptops, tablets, phones and other wireless devices to the University’s internet.

You will need to connect to 'Student WI-FI' using the key provided to you in an email by IT services. If you no longer have this key, please contact

You will need to connect to 'eduroam'. You can find out more about eduroam here.

If you’re a guest or visitor with an eduroam account, you can connect your devices as usual.

If you’re a guest or visitor without access to eduroam, you can connect to the University's Guest Wi-Fi service.

Please note: External members of Newman University Library and visitors do not have access to the computers, electronic networks or electronic resources belonging to or licensed to Newman University.

For the most up to date COVID-19 related changes, check our COVID-19 webpage.

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