State Library offers free public access computing as well as internet access and a Wi-Fi service across the South Bank building.
On level 1
On levels 2, 3 and 4
State Library offers a range of adaptive technology devices to enable people with a disability to use the collections and resources. Find out more here.
The Edge’s Digital Media Lab is a space in which people of all skill levels can access high-spec iMacs for their creative projects. With 16 individually bookable iMacs, The Edge offers creative and industry standard software for design, 3D modelling, web and app development and image, audio and video editing, as well as access to a range of audio and design equipment.
Sign up for an Edge account to be able to use the DML.
The Edge can provide you access to equipment, including midi keyboards, Wacom design tablets, headphones and much more to assist in the development of your project.
The DML is monitored by The Edge staff. Bookings outside of the intended use, or in breach of State Library policies may not be honoured.
To connect to the Library Wi-Fi, click on slqwireless on your device.
Library staff cannot provide support to configure your equipment for Wi-Fi access.
The SL Wi-Fi network is not as secure as SL's wired network.
Security and privacy of information is the responsibility of the laptop/notebook owner.
SL does not accept responsibility for any loss of data resulting from delays, non-deliveries, service interruptions, technical difficulties or transmission of viruses.
Learn about printing at the State Library.
The Public Access ICT Services Policy provides more information on the responsible use of technology services at State Library.