Enfield libraries provide self-service public access to the Internet and Microsoft software applications (Word, Power Point, Excel, Access and Publisher). PC use is free for the first 60 minutes each day.
Using our computers also gives you access to printing facilities (charges may apply) as well as access to all our electronic resources, some of which are accessible from home with library membership.
We also provide free access to document scanners.
Free Wi-Fi is available in all our libraries where you are welcome to use personal laptops and other mobile devices.
How to book a computer at the library
Enfield libraries offer a self-service booking system. You need your library membership card and PIN. You can book a one-hour session or, if a computer is available, you can use it straight away. You can also book up to a week in advance. The computers are turned on 15 minutes after the library opens and turned off 15 minutes before the library closes.
One hour of Internet per day
Additional Internet time
35p for every extra 15 minutes
A4 printouts (black and white)
A4 printouts (colour)
All Enfield Libraries have scanners that you can use for free.
Depending on staff availability we can offer one-off introductory sessions on:
- using the Internet, setting up an email account and computer skills with Learn My Way
- using a scanner
- using the family history database Ancestry (only available in our Local Studies and Archives)
Cost: £5.60 (or a concessionary rate of £2.80) per hour. All sessions have to be booked in advance.