King Library’s Wi-Fi now open to the public

 It’s about time. The Martin Luther King Jr. Library is finally opening up its Wi-Fi network to anyone with a valid library card. So even if you’re not a student, you will finally have access to the Internet from your laptop from within the library, and it won’t be limited to just the Web sites of the library, SJSU and the city’s official sites.

That includes the full database collections, which provide a wealth of in-depth information from periodicals, newspapers, research papers and academic journals, for those instances when Google just doesn’t cut it. (Databases for library patrons can be found here. For SJSU students, go here.)

For more information on the King Library’s Wi-Fi (and directions on how to log on), click here. For info about other library branches, click here. Or just call (408) 808-2000.

You remember how to use a phone, right?

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