The services available to Montréal library users include Internet access, access to spreadsheet programs and word processing software, printing, digitization, and document photocopying.
Library staff do not provide technical support.
In order to login from a public computer at the library, borrow a tablet or a laptop computer, all you need is a library card number and a password. This service is reserved for people ages 14 and older.
Users are required to reserve with a librarian on site or by telephone.
Stations can be used for:
- 30 consecutive minutes, on several occasions.
- A maximum of two hours per day.
- A maximum of four hours per week.
A computer can also be used for 15 minutes without a reservation, as soon as one becomes available.
Conditions for borrowing a tablet vary from one library to the next.
Printing and photocopies
The following fees apply:
- Printing: $0.25 per page, in black and white
- Photocopies: $0.15 per page, in black and white
- Digitizer: free of charge
Wireless Internet access
The mtlwifi network can be used from a personal laptop computer.
Certain rules apply to the use of a public computing station, tablet or laptop computer.
Do not carry out financial transactions
Users are advised not to carry out online financial transactions from a public computer. In addition, it’s important to protect your personal data.
View appropriate content
The content viewed on a library computer must not come from an illegal site or run the risk of shocking other users.
Watching out for children
Stations for children ages 13 and under are equipped with content filters. Nevertheless, adult companions must ensure that the content viewed by children is appropriate.
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