There’s no denying we live in a digital world. For those of us that don’t have regular access to technology at home, navigating it be challenging sometimes.
At Regina Public Library (RPL) we’re committed to providing free access to public computers and wireless Internet, so you can enjoy everything the Web has to offer.
Cyber safety is the responsible use of internet and social media sites, in order to minimize security and personal safety risks. Whether you are using a computer or mobile device at the library or at home, this resource guide will help you protect your personal information, and your personal safety, while navigating the internet. Learn more!
Whether you’re writing a resume, learning a language or researching your family history, we’re here to help. Use one of our desktop computer workstations (available at all RPL locations),borrow an RPL laptop for in-branch use at our George Bothwell and Glen Elm branches, or simply access our free WiFi on your own device.
Computer workstations with Internet access are available at all RPL locations. These workstations:
Some workstations may be reserved for specific dates and times.
Wireless Access is available at all Regina Public Library locations! No Library card or access code is needed. Just bring in your wireless Internet device (Wi-Fi enabled laptop or PDA) to any RPL location and connect for free and unlimited access.
Printing is also available from any RPL workstation or laptop.