Computer Appointments During Phased Reopening

During our phased reopening process, computer access will be available by appointment only.  Appointments can be booked online or by phoning 519-245-8237 and leaving a message with your contact information. For information on which branches are offering appointments and when appointments are available visit our Locations page

If those needing documents printed, we are offering a limited printing service.  Make a request and upload your document using our online form, prints can then be picked up during curbside pickup hours at your requested location.

Space to Create and Make!

Our Creative and Maker Spaces are places for library patrons to make, create, design, build and play! Everyone is welcome; we ask that children be accompanied by an adult. Unless reserved for library programming, the Spaces are open during all of the branch's regular open hours.

There is no cost to use any of the technology. At this time consumable materials, except for printer paper, are available free of charge in limited quantities. Printer paper for the large format printer is $0.15 per foot of black and white, and $0.25 per foot of colour. You are welcome to bring your own materials for use with the button makers, Cricut and vinyl cutter; please verify compatibility with staff before use.  At this time patrons are unable to bring their own filament for use with the 3D printers.

Dorchester Creative Space Technology

  • Ultimaker 3D Printer (by request)
  • 2 computers with the full Adobe Creative Suite
  • 2 iPad Pros
  • 2 Apple Pencils (by request)
  • Vinyl Cutter (by request)
  • Button Maker (by request)
  • Rapid Photo Scanner
  • Light Box

Dorchester Creative Space Brochure

Glencoe Maker Space Technology

  • Ultimaker 3D Printer (by request)
  • Windows PC with the full Adobe Creative Suite
  • iMac with the full Adobe Creative Suite
  • Cricut Explore Air 2 (by request)
  • Button Maker (by request)
  • Rapid Photo Scanner
  • VHS to Digital Conversion (by request)
  • Full Colour Large Format Printer 


Computers & Internet

  • All Middlesex County Library branches offer free desktop computer use and free wifi.
  • All public computer stations are equipped with Microsoft Office and are connected to the Internet.
  • Early Literacy stations or iPads are also available in some branches. Both are preloaded with educational games for children.
  • Scanners connected to public desk tops are available in some branches. All branches offer scan to email from their photocopiers.
  • Microfilm readers and collections are available in some branches.  Learn more on our Local History page.
Branch Public Computers Early Literacy iPads Flatbed Scanner Microfilm Reader

last updated July 2019

Ailsa Craig 4 yes no
Coldstream 2 1 yes no
Delaware 2 yes no
Dorchester 12 yes yes
Glencoe 10 2, plus 1 Middle Literacy Station yes yes
Ilderton 4 2 yes no
Komoka 9 yes no
Lucan 12 yes yes
Melbourne 2 yes no
Mt Brydges 6 no no
Newbury 2 yes no
Parkhill 12 yes yes
Strathroy 21 yes yes (2)
Thorndale 4 2 yes no
Wardsville 2 1 yes no


Printing, Faxing & Photocopying

All Middlesex County Library locations offer colour printing and photocopying, scan to email and fax services.  

  • Black & White Prints/Copies - $0.15 per printed side 
  • Colour Prints/Copies - $0.25 per printed side
  • Local Faxing - $0.50 per page 
  • Long Distance Faxing - $1.00 per page 
  • Scan to email available free of charge

*Fee exemptions are available for items related to government services, social services, legal aid, partnership programs and employment services. Please verify exemptions with staff.

digital collections and eResources help

CloudLibrary (eBooks and Digital Audiobooks)

Getting started with the cloudLibrary app (on your Apple or Android mobile device)
Getting started with cloudLibrary desktop (on your PC or Mac computer, transfering to an eReader)
Getting started with cloudLibrary for Kindle Fire & HD

Getting Started with Press Reader (Newspapers and Magazines from around the world in multiple languages)


Hoopla Quick Tips (stream TV and movies, eBooks, Digital Audiobooks and Graphic Novels)


Getting Started with RBDigital (eMagazines)

Getting Started with Creativebug (video classes on crafting and making)

how to log into the library's free WiFi network

using Gale Courses

using Consumer Reports​