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 Computers, Meeting Rooms and Printing

We look forward to seeing you at Ruth Faulkner Library! We have made some changes to ensure that we can deliver services as safely as possible. You will find more information on the Library's current services here. 


We recommend you keep up-to-date with the City’s response to COVID-19 via this webpage and social media and the City's COVID-19 #BeConnected Portal. ​


 
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Can I print from my mobile and collect from the Library?
Do you have computers and WiFi available?
Can you help me use digital technology?
Do you have meeting rooms for hire?
Are there photocopying and laminating facilities?
Do you have services and facilities available for people with a disability?
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​​​Zero Contact Mobile Printing


With our mobile print service, you can use your personal computer or mobile device to print to the library's printers from anywhere! Simple submit your documents for printing and contact the library to arrange collection from the Collection Point on the Faulkner Park side of the building. 

Further information, instructions and costs are available here. ​

Please note that to ensure the safety of staff and customers the Library will be accepting tap and go/paywave contactless payments only. No cash will be accepted. 

​​Wi-Fi Access at the Library


Do you need to access public Wi-Fi to stay connected? Perhaps you know someone who doesn't have access to the internet at home. Your library can help!

Access to public Wi-Fi is freely available. As the number of people in the Library is limited to 20 we encourage you to enjoy free Wi-Fi on the grassed area outside while practising appropriate social distancing. ​

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​​Public Computers


Access to public computers is limited due to social distancing restrictions with a maximum time limit of 30 minutes per user. Computers will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis – no bookings are available during this time. 

While restrictions are in place waiting periods may increase.