Technology Assistance

The Greater Sudbury Public Library is pleased to offer the following technology assistance services at various locations:

Book a Librarian Appointments

Man teaching senior woman with computerNeed technology assistance? We can help! These 1 hour sessions are designed to assist with software support dealing primarily with library specific applications or databases. They are not designed to repair hardware problems or replace manufacturer's/provider's support.

Sessions are limited to two one-hour sessions per week at the Main Public Library location.

Popular topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Help accessing our digital collection and online resources.
  • Help downloading library applications including BiblioMobile, Zinio, and OverDrive

Other topics that may be covered in order to use the above include:

  • Setting up and using social media accounts.
  • Setting up and managing an email account.

Register online.

eReader Clinics

Join us for one of our regular eReader clinics: bring your devices and a desire to learn and our staff will help you set up your device and introduce you to our Digital Library collection.

A pile of old photographs.Photograph Scanning

Bring your printed photographs to the Main Public Library and our Local History Librarian will teach you how to scan them to digital format.

Bring a USB stick to save your photographs to.

There are no sessions planned at this time. Please check back soon.

Technology Help with Volunteens

Adults and seniors looking for basic computer instruction on a library computer can drop into participating library branches and ask to make an appointment with a VolunTeen.

Appointments are limited to 60 minutes per day and are on a first come, first serve basis.

Register online.