Policy: Library workstations serve the teaching and research mission of the University and have been provided for the purpose of making available to library users a wide variety of bibliographic, reference and other databases and web sites. Uses inconsistent with this mission are disallowed. The appropriation of library workstations by individuals for recreational or personal use is not permitted.
In additional to Infolab technology, students, faculty, and staff may use any of the Public Use computers and equipment.
Computers for public use are available on all floors of the library. These workstations have access to the Internet, and most have Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.
Note: Most locations now require a NetID and password to access. Please visit the Circulation Desk to acquire a temporary NetID.
For short term use:
Lobby 1st Floor West Corridor
Elevator Lobbies (every floor)
For long term use:
Reference Department (Rm. 262)—multiple workstations
2nd Floor West Corridor—multiple workstations
UW-Madison affiliates and visitors all have access to the UW-Madison wireless network. When you first try to access the internet on your device, you should be directed to a UWNet registration page.
Visitors from educational institutions that support eduroam can connect to the eduroam wireless network using their campus credentials. More information is available here.