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How to find library collections, use copying and printing facilities and access library services

Connect to WiFi

Warburg Library readers can use their Library cards to connect to the WiFi network in the building.

  • Network: uol-libraries
  • Username: reader card number (no spaces)
  • Password: surname (in lower case)

 

Conference-goers and readers with a temporary Library card can access the Wifi network without a barcoded Library card.

  • Network: UoL Conferences

 

Eduroam users can log in using the Eduroam service.

 

Access e-resources on your own device

A small selection of electronic resources are accessible on Warburg readers' own devices (laptops, phones and tablets) by logging onto the UOL Libraries Wifi network.

To access them, first make sure that you are logged onto the wifi network UOL Libraries.

Username: reader card number (no spaces)

Password: your surname (in lower case)

Accessible resources include JSTOR, Patrologia Latina, Acta Sanctorum, and Brepolis databases.

Databases and e-resources AZ

 

If you have any connection problems, try the Wi-Fi help guide provided by Senate House Library.

As stated in the Library Regulations, all users must adhere to the University of London Acceptable Use PolicyShould you not comply with the these regulations, the Institute may suspend or terminate your access.