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All libraries in Saskatoon have reopened with limited services. Visit our Path to Reopening page for more details.

Available Technology

Free WiFi is available at all libraries via the network called “SPL-Public”. No password is required.

Public computers are available at all libraries. Some have 15-minute or one-hour time limits, do not require a library card and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Others are bookable for a maximum of one hour and do require a library card.

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These devices are available to be checked out for in-branch use at the Carlyle King, J.S. Wood, Round Prairie and Rusty Macdonald Libraries. You can use them anywhere in the library for a maximum of two hours, though the loan period can be renewed if no other patrons are waiting for a device. A library card is required to borrow laptops.

Photocopying and printing is available at all libraries. Photocopying and black & white printing is available and the cost is $0.10 per side.

Scanning is available at all libraries at no charge. You can scan to an email account or a USB key/flash drive.

Faxing is available at all libraries. There is no cost for this service.

Public telephones are available for patrons to make outgoing local calls at all libraries.

These lockers are available to safely charge your mobile phone at Frances Morrison Central Library and the Dr. Freda Ahenakew Library. Usage instructions are included on the lockers themselves. These are free to use.

The library collection contains many old newspapers on microfilm, and the microfilm readers are available on the second floor of the Frances Morrison Central Library. There is also a device for scanning microfilm. There are no costs associated with using this equipment.

For detailed information about assistive technology available, visit the Accessibility Services page.