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Wireless Internet access is available throughout most library buildings. Two of the wireless networks (eduroam and UCLA_WIFI) require a UCLA Logon ID, while a third (UCLA_WEB) is unrestricted. UCLA subscription databases can be accessed on all three networks.
The most convenient way of getting online, whether you're using a CLICC laptop or one of your own, is through UCLA's wireless network. CLICC laptops have wireless built-in. Depending on your laptop , you may already have wireless built-in, especially if your laptop is recent, or you may need to purchase an adapter. For more information about using wireless on campus, please see UCLA Wireless Network Access.
How To Connect
Most areas in the UCLA Library buildings, including the CLICC Classrooms and the Group Study Spaces, are within coverage of the UCLA wireless network. For more information about connecting to wireless on campus, please see UCLA Wireless Network Access.
What You'll Need
To use the wireless network, you'll need:
- A valid UCLA Logon and password
- A built-in wireless Internet antenna or wireless adapter (please see above)
Where to Get Help
UCLA wireless network support is provided by Bruin OnLine (BOL). The Bruin OnLine site provides common troubleshooting tips, an email address for questions, and hours for phone or in-person support.
Printing is only available from Library desktops and laptops; printing is not currently available from your personal laptop. For instructions on how to print from a CLICC laptop, please see Printers. Instructions for printing from public or UCLA-only workstations are provided by the printers.
Eduroam is actually a global roaming access service for higher education. If your phone, tablet, or laptop is set up to use eduroam at UCLA it can use the same settings to connect to eduroam at any participating institution.