Answered By: Jordan Relevo
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Q: Can I use the computers in the library if I am a visitor?
Answered by: Jordan Relevo
Fall 2020
Access to the Yale Library is available to current students, faculty and staff who are authorized to be on campus. Public computers in the libraries are limited to those with building access only.
Visitors can access Yale’s online public access catalog to search the library’s holding using the Macintosh computers. Please note: There is a 10 minute time limit per computer terminal.
Full access to library computers is restricted to individuals affiliated with Yale University and those eligible and registered to receive temporary logins through the Privileges Office at the Sterling Memorial Library. Information regarding library privileges can be found in the Borrowing Guide.
Patrons that are not affiliated with Yale, but possess their own laptops or smartphones mayaccess the WiFi connection via Yale Guest or Eduroam. A brief overview of wireless internet options can be found here.

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