I am currently on a gap year and often find myself in the LSE Library, due to the fact it allows me to study after work in tranquil surroundings.
However as a visitor, I'm barred from using the internet on my own computer. This makes life difficult, especially when I have to looks something up.
Does someone know of a way around. If you do and could help. that would be a godsend.
Could you get one of those broadband USB dongle?
It is a solution that would take some time, wouldi t not be possible for me to log on to the network without using an existing LSE student's password. That would be perfect
there are computers on one of the floors that are for non-students
There are computers for visitors on first floor .
Know of them, but they are not exactly in the quietest zone of the library. Also, I was not sure of their PDF downloading or ITunesU ( it lets you download uni lectures from around the globe ) capabilities !
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