- Free WiFi if your laptop or phone is WiFi enabled.
- 2 Desktop PC’s for Adults.
- Installed on each PC is Microsoft Office, Open Office and Read Write Gold.
- The PC’s can read USB memory sticks, CDs, DVDs and most memory cards from your digital camera or smartphone.
- Search for old news articles on our PCs using the Irish Newspaper Archive database; newspapers include the Nenagh Guardian.
Assistive Technology: We have software that can make reading more accessible for everyone. The software is designed to help people with reading, learning or sight difficulties to enjoy books and reading and it will also make access to the Internet and the PC much easier. If you have any questions on these, just give us a call or ask at the desk to arrange a demonstration.
Universal Class is an online education service designed specifically for use by members of public libraries and has a growing catalogue of over 500 courses.
ProQuest is an online service which provides information from the world’s top newspapers. Researchers have access to both regional and national news from countries worldwide. Each issue of each newspaper is indexed thoroughly, so researchers have access to not only top news stories, but also the information contained on the various sections of the newspapers. Citations and abstracts are available for all articles saving researchers time.
Vision-net gives you immediate online access to information on every Irish and UK company registered. It provides you with access to the original documents that companies have filed in the Companies Registration Office. You can click on any C.R.O document (filed since 1998) and a scanned image of the actual filed document will appear on your screen which you can then print, view or save.
JSTOR is an interdisciplinary collection of journals and other materials. It contains more than 70 titles, including journals with moving walls between 1 and 5 years and ceased journals from the 18th,19th, and 20th centuries.The content is international in scope, and also provides a rich focus on Ireland.