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Internet/Printing Services

You can fast access the following services by clicking them below:

Book a PC

Internet Services

eduroam

Printing Services

Book a PC

  How do I access a Public PC?

 You can access a public PC with your library card and pin, simply log in on the pc screen.  Your library account must be in date.

Library Staff are there to help if you encounter difficulties.

 How long can I use the PC?

 Sessions are strictly half hour only, you cannot book consecutive sessions.

 Printing and scanning services are available.  

Can I use my own laptop/tablet and use library wi-fi?

 Yes you can, again subject to booking a half hour slot and sitting at the allocated pc station.

Internet Services

Internet access is available in all our branches.

There is no charge for Internet use for members, there is a charge for printouts. 

Details of the range of printing/scanning/photocopying services offered are available by clicking 'Printing Services' below. 

Children under 18 years need their Parents/Guardians permission in order to use the Internet. There are  PC's for Public Internet Access in Library branches.

Please click below for terms and conditions of internet usage

Internet Policy 2017.pdf (size 57 KB)

Free Wi-Fi is available in our branches, our Wi-Fi policy is available by clicking below:

Wi-Fi Policy 2017.pdf (size 64.7 KB)

eduroam eduraom

eduroam (education roaming) is a safe, reliable, easy and secure to use Wi-Fi, for students, lecturers and researchers.

Callan, Thomastown and Ferrybank libraries are included in the hundreds of Eduroam hotspots in Ireland, as well as the thousands around the world.

When connecting to eduroam WiFi, users are authenticated via their home institution. You only need to log in once and you will be automatically connected when there is an Eduroam hotspot nearby.

Further information on eduroam is available here and from the national eduroam site for Ireland, which identifies eduroam hotspots in Ireland, and from the central eduroam service website, which identifies eduroam hotspots worldwide.

eduroam in Ireland is pioneered by HEAnet, Ireland’s National Education and Research Network. HEAnet has helped enable over 200 eduroam hotspots in universities, institutes of technology, libraries, healthcare settings, town centres, retail outlets, sporting venues and many others. 

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Printing Services

Kilkenny County Library Services offers Printing from our Public Access PCs in each of our  8  Branch Libraries, together with photocopying and scanning facilities. In addition, we now offer printing services from‌ your Laptop, Tablet or Smartphone from anywhere.

As long as you can connect to the Internet, you can send your job to print at  the following libraries and come, pay and collect. Click on the links below for further information/instructions.

Callan Library Printing

Castlecomer Library Printing (Surfbox)

Castlecomer Library Wi-fi Printing

Ferrybank Library PrintingGraiguenamanagh Library Printing

Kilkenny City Library Printing (Surfbox)

Kilkenny City Library Wi-fi Printing

Loughboy Library Printing (Surfbox)

Loughboy Library Wi-fi Printing

Thomastown Library PrintingUrlingford Library Printing
3D printing

Find out about 3D printing services at Loughboy Library here