eduroam (education roaming) is a federated service that allows roaming research and educational users to obtain Internet access more easily via the WiFi service at participating sites. When attaching to eduroam WiFi, users are authenticated via their home institution. If authentication succeeds, the user is granted wireless network access.
Further information on eduroam is available from the national eduroam website for Ireland, which identifies eduroam hotspots in Ireland and from the international eduroam website, which identifies eduroam hotspots worldwide.
Adults may book a computer at any dlr Library, by telephone or here. All you need is your borrower number and PIN. Remember to bring your library ticket with you to use the computer.
Please note you cannot book a specific PC on this website - contact your local library to do so.
Sessions last 50 minutes. You may book one session per day and up to 1 week in advance.
Always check the date and time of the reservation offered before accepting. The system will book the next available session if the one you request is not available.
If you haven't booked a computer and there is one free, you are welcome to use it, but to be sure of getting a PC, you should always book ahead.
PCs may be booked in person, by phone, by email or online.
WiFi is available to library members at all public libraries. Borrowers are welcome to use their own laptops, tablets etc. in our branches.
Children under the age of 15 are welcome to use the Internet if a parent/guardian supervises their session. There are dedicated PCs in Blackrock, Deansgrange and dlr LexIcon which can be used by children alone
Public Access Internet Computers and Laptops Conditions of Use, click here
You are welcome to use the Internet in DLR Libraries. Access is free.
Users are required to be members of the library. Visitors to the county may register for a Reference card on presentation of official photo ID or current bank cards/statements, pay slips, utility bills, social welfare cards etc.
Sessions generally last for 50 minutes.
Sessions may be booked by phone or at the library desk. Only one session may be booked in advance. Failure to take up a booking within 10 minutes of the starting time will result in the session being offered to another user.
Users are requested to have their library card and pin number to register on PC before each session.
The Internet provides many sources of information, some of which may be inaccurate, incomplete, dated, or offensive. DLR Libraries cannot accept any responsibility for the content of websites other than its own.
Users are required to accept the conditions of use. In doing so, you agree that you will not deliberately view inappropriate sites, send or receive any material that is offensive, racist or defamatory, or which is intended to annoy, harass, intimidate or ridicule another person. The Internet may not be used for any illegal activity.
Children under the age of 15 are welcome to use the Internet, provided a parent or guardian accompanies them. There are dedicated childrens pcs in Lexicon, Blackrock and Deansgrange Libraries. Parents, please note that responsibility for use of the Internet by your child rests solely with you. Children who use the Internet unsupervised may be exposed to inappropriate or disturbing information and images.
Users are requested not to make any changes to the configuration of software on the computer, or delete any files from the computer, or damage in any way the computer software or hardware.
Printing of Internet material is available. Charges, as displayed in the library, will apply.
Internet usage is monitored. Misuse or abuse of the Internet service will result in the withdrawal of library membership. We ask our library users to respect the above terms and conditions. Access to the Internet is at the discretion of library staff.