Are there public computers available in the library?

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The SDSU Library provides limited computers for non-SDSU community patrons to browse its digital and physical collections. Known as kiosks, these computers are located at each service desk (Circulation, 24/7 Study Area, Computing Hub) and are also scattered throughout the bookstacks in both buildings. These computers don't have software for general use other than an internet browser.

Non-SDSU community members are welcome to bring their own device (smartphone, computer, tablet) and use the SDSU wireless network (A simple registration procedure is required the first time of use) to access the Library's digital material.

For more information, see: Services for Alumni and Community Users

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  • Last Updated Jun 11, 2024
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  • Answered By Jenny Wong-Welch

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