SJ Access: Free Internet & Tech Devices


Get Online for Free

SJ Access provides residents and students access to all things digital:

Use the Internet

Wi-Fi (also spelled wifi) hotspot device.

Borrow a Wi-Fi Hotspot

Connect to the internet in your own home by checking out a Wi-Fi (wifi) hotspot.

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Free Wi-Fi

Access free Wi-Fi (wifi) at our libraries or connect to Community Wi-Fi in Downtown or select East Side Union High School District (ESUHSD) attendance areas.

Borrow a Chromebook, iPad, or Laptop

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Borrow a Chromebook

You can check out a Chromebook. A Chromebook functions like a laptop and runs on the Google operating system, Chrome OS.

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Borrow an iPad

You can check out an iPad. iPads are tablets. Tablet computers—or tablets—are handheld computers that are even more portable than laptops. Tablets use a touch-sensitive screen for typing and navigation.

Although you can just use the touchscreen keyboard, our iPads come with an attachable keyboard.

Laptop device available for checkout.

Borrow a Laptop

Check out a laptop. Laptops are battery-powered computers that are more portable than desktop computers. This means you can use them almost anywhere. These Windows laptops come with a charger and Wi-Fi hotspot so you can use the internet almost anywhere for free.

Classes and Tech Support

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Computer Classes for Beginners

Learn how to use digital devices by participating in our digital literacy programming. These workshops walk users through the basics of digital devices, online safety, user privacy and how to access other online programs and services. Workshops are available in English, Español and Tiếng Việt.

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Online Self-Taught Computer Course

Learn and practice your digital literacy skills at your own pace with our online course. Learners can make their way through modules that will help them navigate a computer or tablet, set up an email account, use Word, Excel, and more. Available in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese!

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Tech Support

Library staff and volunteers are available to help you with tech questions during online computer assistance sessions.