Hotspots, Computers & Other Technology

Take part in our digital world! Get online at the Library. Learn about computers and technology. Make connections.

We strive to provide services and technology that connect people to the world and each other. This page includes some of the ways we can help with common technology needs. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, please ask.

Mobile Applications

The Library have developed two mobile apps for the iOS and Android platforms, designed to enhance the user experience of our customers. Interested in learning more?

Rentable Wi-Fi Hotspots. 

This service allows you to rent a portable device to access high speed Internet anywhere a cell phone signal can be received. Connect up to ten devices to the Internet at one time! Rental fees apply; visit our Borrower Policy page for specific details on fees. Devices can be rented from any of our Library branches

Computer classes.

The Library offers thousands of free computer classes each year covering a wide range of topics. From the basics of using the Internet and Microsoft Office products to using digital devices like e-readers and tablets. See upcoming classes on our Calendar.

Personalized assistance.

Ask about appointments for one-on-one computer help sessions with a technology tutor. Topics covered include but are not limited to Microsoft Office, internet, email, online applications, and help with devices like tablets and e-readers. See upcoming sessions on our Calendar.

Help with online learning.

The Library also offers sessions that show you how you can take an online class for free with your library card using Universal Class, Lynda.com, Digital Learn, and Goodwill Community Foundation’s gcflearnfree.com. See upcoming sessions on our Calendar.

Digital Inclusion

As a pillar of lifelong learning in our community – our commitment to Digital Inclusion is long term. We plan to continue to build and enhance programs that are able to be sustained and can continually evolve to meet the needs of the community. We will offer multiple options for digital literacy training inside and outside of the library branches.

Library computers.

Computers are available for use by the public at all Library branches. Learn more.  

See our Accessibility Services page for information on adaptive technology equipment available for customers with visual or physical limitations.

Internet access.

If you have your own device, but just need Internet access, all libraries offer free wireless internet access (Wi-Fi). Learn more about our internet policy and our Wireless Access Network Policy.