How do I book a PC or mobile device?

Free PC and internet access is available at all our library locations.

Bookings are not essential however sometimes our PCs are in high demand so we recommend you book if you require access at a specific time.

You can make your booking in the library using the self-booking computers or by asking one of our team to assist you.

Bookings can be made up to a week in advance.  Each booking is for a maximum of one hour and, to make sure everyone gets an opportunity, we allow one booking per day per person. In low-use periods, our automatic booking system may grant you an additional 30 minutes of internet time.

Please note our Internet Conditions of Use, created to encourage fair, ethical and respectful use of library resources.

iPads, tablets and chromebooks are also available for short-term loan within some libraries.

Internet conditions of use

  • Operation of Internet access is at the user’s risk.
  • No liability is accepted for any loss or damage caused by the transmission of computer viruses, or use of library equipment.

Geelong Regional Libraries observes the eSmart Guidelines and strive to pursue Cybersafety in a positive manner. 

When using the internet at a Geelong Regional Library Corporation location, you agree to:

  • follow the Internet and Computer Code of Conduct

When using the internet at a Geelong Regional Library Corporation location, you agree NOT to:

  • use the GRLC network to make unauthorised entry into other computers, communication services or networks
  • use other software or internet applications except as specifically provided
  • distribute unsolicited advertising or any spam
  • invade the privacy of others or engage in activity that is harassing or defamatory
  • make any attempt to change or damage the computer equipment software, or settings
  • use the Internet for any illegal activity, including violation of Copyright or other rights of third parties, or in a manner inconsistent with the Library’s tax-exempt status
  • use the Internet to transmit or view “Objectionable Material” as defined by the Classification (Publication, Films and Computer Games) Enforcement Act 1995

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