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Computers and Internet Access

We provide a reliable and accessible space for you to work, study, or browse the web. Our public computers, laptops and high-speed internet connections are here to support your digital needs. Feel free to use our resources and enjoy a productive online experience.

Our public Wi-Fi is easy to connect to and available at any time.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, open Wi-Fi access is available for no charge at: Bowmanville Library, Courtice Library, Newcastle Library, Orono Library, and the Sarah Jane Williams Heritage Centre.

Library Wi-Fi Name: Library Public

Museum Wi-Fi Name: Museum Public

Yes, users can use their USB keys on computer stations at all locations. If you are creating or editing a word processing, spreadsheet, or presentation file, Microsoft Office software is available in all of our library locations.

If you need a USB key, Clarington Library, Museums & Archives sells 1GB USB keys at the Member Services Desk.

No, a library card is not required to use the computers; guest passes are available at the Member Services desks. Each location's Wi-Fi is open with no login or authentication required.

There is minimal filtering on the public Wi-Fi to meet the accept use standards of the Internet Access policy.

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