Public Computers/Wireless Access At The Library

Check your email, use office software, or get some information!  It's free to use the computers at the Library. You may book half-hour sessions to a maximum of one hour per day at the Service Desk or by phoning the Library at 604-485-4796.  You may print on the Library's printer for $.20/page. Remember to pay for these prints at the Service Desk.

For those of you who have your own computers, the entire Library is a free wireless access site.

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Free Computer Instruction

Need some basic training in how to use computers, Email or the Internet?  Check out our free 1-hour classes at the Library.  Consult the schedule posted in the Library and in the Events Calendar.  Then, contact us by phone, email or at the Service Desk in the Library to sign up.  You need to reserve a space to attend one of these classes.

Library Public Computer Use by Children

All children, regardless of age, may use the Library's public computers.

It is the responsibility of parents and guardians to limit their children's use of Library computers and enforce those limits if they wish.  The Library assumes that all children who use the Library computers have their parent's or guardian's permission if required.

Parents are solely responsible for how their children us computers at the Library even when their children are unaccompanied.

Materials promoting safe use of the Internet by children are placed near all public computers.

Library Public Computers Policy

The Library provides free public computers to access the Internet, perform basic office tasks, use learning and literacy-enhancing software provided by the Library and to consult the Library's Catalogue.

Patrons must use only the software provided by the Library on its public computers.

The Chief Librarian or his/her delegate will design procedures to allow patrons access to the public computers in a fair and orderly manner.

The Library provides access to its public computers according to the principles of Intellectual Freedom and consistent with its Mission and Values.

Patrons who use Public computers are expected to adhere to the Library's Etiquette and Decorum policy.

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