Computers in Redcar & Cleveland Libraries

You are able to access the World Wide Web in all our libraries. A vast range of information is at your fingertips, and you are able to contact your friends and family by E-mail.

The accessibility options on Windows 7 allow the screens to be adapted for visual impairment e.g. to magnify the text or change the colours of the background or text. The speech synthesis module will read out what is displayed on the screen.

Each library has a large print keyboard and also a trackball, for those who may have difficulty in using a standard mouse. Please ask a member of staff if you would like to use either piece of equipment.

If you are studying, and if you are following distance learning courses such as Learn Direct, you can access your learning courses in our libraries.

All users are charged for printouts - see Fees & Charges.

To use the computers and the Internet, all you need to do is join the library and sign up to agree to abide by our Acceptable Use Policy and Conditions of Use. Bring along proof of your identity (something with your current address) and you can join on the spot. If you are under 16, please bring a parent with you for your first visit, as they will need to give permission and sign for you to use the Internet.

If you are visiting the area, you are welcome to use the facilities after signing the agreement to say that you have read and understood the documents mentioned above.
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