Computers and learning

You can book a computer in any Leeds library using our online reservation system.

Book a library computer onlineExternal link

Join the library and you can book a computer or access our online resources.

We can give you temporary access to use the computers even if you are not a library member.

All library computers have:

  • Free high-speed broadband internet access
  • Microsoft Office with Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Printing facilities at a charge of 20p per A4 page

Find out where to get online

The Online Centres network map shows where people can get online or get support to improve their digital skills. Just type in a postcode and you’ll see a list of local organisations who can help.

If you’re an organisation that offers internet access or support then you can get yourself on the map. Just click the button to Add an organisation and complete the registration form.​​​​

Code Club

Start your coding adventure here!

You will discover our easy to follow projects which will help you to learn a variety of coding languages by making games, robots, animations and websites in a supportive environment.

Code Club is a global network for children aged 7-11.

To be accompanied by an adult

To book your free place visit Library events

CoderDojo

Experiment with coding, tinker with creative digital kits and develop your own ideas for games, apps and websites. Build your coding skills across a range of platforms and devices, share ideas with fellow ninjas!

CoderDojo is a global network for young people. Suitable for young people aged 9 –17.

To book your free place visit Library events

 

 

Internet access policyhttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Internet access policy.pdf551112pdf

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