Public Computer and Internet Access - Public LIbraries
New Brunswick Public Libraries offer free Internet access for public use. Use our public computers to surf the net, catch up on the news, write your resume, or tap into our online databases and our Recommended Websites page. All public libraries in New Brunswick also offer free Wi-Fi access on site.
Public access computers are provided to the public. Members of the public who are not New Brunswick public library cardholders are able to use public access computers but must provide a valid ID in order to receive a guest pass. Time limits may apply and reservations may be required. Responsibility for a child’s use of the Internet rests solely with his or her parent or legal guardian.
A variety of computers are available for use at public libraries in New Brunswick:
• Public computers offer free Internet access as well as Microsoft Office programs.
• Adaptive workstations designed to provide patrons with physical, visual and learning disabilities improved access to print or electronic information.
• 15 minute express computers.
• A small number of computers dedicated to library catalogue use may be available at your local library.
• Some libraries offer tablets for public use.
Most of the computers are connected to printers, with printing available at a small cost per page.
Public computers may be reserved in advance at some locations. Both New Brunswick public library cardholders and guest pass holders may sign into the computer labs twice per day.
Free Wi-Fi access is also available at all library locations.
For more information, contact us by email at NBPLS-SBPNB@gnb.ca or consult with staff at your local public library.