In the Community Computing Centre (CCC)
The Community Computing Centre (CCC) is open for public computer use and assisted photocopying. To enable physical distancing, in-person device help, meeting rooms, the Multimedia Studio, The Lab, and group study/lounge spaces are not available at this time.
Using a Public Computer
Twelve PC computers with MS Office software are available for drop-in use in the CCC. You may drop in at any time for up to 90 minutes each day. (Your 90 minutes may be spread out over multiple sessions). Please check in with staff at the CCC desk before sitting at a computer. Please note: computers shut down 5 minutes before closing time each day.
Document scanners are available for use with the public computers. You are welcome bring your own items to use with our public computers, such as headphones.
Printing from the CCC
WVML card holders can print while using a public computer. CCC staff will add any charges to your Library account and you can pay them online by logging into wvml.ca, selecting your name at the top right, and then selecting Fees under My Borrowing.
Print and photocopy charges (per page): .20 for black & white, .50 for colour.
Printing from Home
Send your printing to the Library with PrinterOn, a wireless service that lets you send files from anywhere. Please use the email address associated with your Library account or your printing may be delayed. Allow up to 1 full business day for confirmation. No cancellations or modifications are allowed.
There is a self-serve photocopier available on the Main Floor of the Library and a staff-assisted photocopier in the CCC.
In The Lab
The Lab is our digital learning space where our digital experience team delivers classes, skill-building practice sessions, workshops and drop-in sessions.
Tools in The Lab support:
- Digital preservation of photographs, negatives, slides, documents
- Digital media creation of videos, podcasts, music, print and digital books, slideshows, images, infographics, web pages
- Coding robots and electronic circuitry for developing computational thinking
- Emerging technology experiences