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We’ve improved the self-service computers and printers in our facilities

New devices, better accessibility and more printing options are now available.

Enjoy better public computer services in our libraries, community centres, early education and outside school hours care centres.

Access the latest technology using new desktop computers, our wifi enabled laptops, greater accessibility features and increased printing capabilities.

Across the network, we’ve over 300 devices available.

Our public computers and laptops remain free for library members for up to 3 hours in our library branches and visitors to our community centres.

Computers are available at Green Square, Darling Square, Customs House, Newtown, Glebe, Surry Hills and Kings Cross for use by children in the children’s area. These computers have increased web filtering and child-friendly software including Minecraft Education, Code Monkey, ABC Reading Eggs (Teacher’s version), Mathletics and NSW foundation font for handwriting that children can use their personal login accounts to access.

New laptops in our education and care services will allow children to connect with technology in a safe and flexible way.

Enhanced accessibility features include screen readers, screen magnifier, large print keyboards, trackballs and the ability to change languages settings.

All users can access increased scan to email or USB functionality free.

Print, scan and photocopy in colour or black and white. Members and visitors can print in of our 9 libraries or 5 community centres. Library members and visitors can print from any available location.

In February, payment kiosks will be upgraded to offer more options.

Our team will be on hand to help you use the new computers and printing facilities.

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