All libraries offer public computers with Internet access to members as well as non-members. For this service you will be charged a small fee. Public computers are also available for word processing or for consulting the eLibrary. The eLibrary comprises the e-catalogue, digital collections, dedicated sites and databases containing newspaper & magazine articles or information on health, arts & culture, travel & countries, science & technology and law & justice. These services are free of charge.
How to access the Internet
To gain access to the Internet you need to register at the service desk in order to open a library account with a user name and pass word. Users can then make a deposit which will be converted into a number of Internet minutes available. Every minute you are logged in will automatically be deducted from this deposit. Users can log out at any moment. The remaining credit can be used a next time and will remain valid for one month. Usage of the account is restricted to the library where you opened it. Frequent internet users can open multiple accounts in different libraries.
Those who bring their laptops or other wireless devices have free wireless access to the Internet. Wireless Internet is available in all libraries.