Public Computing

Modern computing facilities are available at all Traverse Area District Library locations.  All computer labs or areas have access to both color and black & white printers.  Many locations also offer laptops for use within their facilities. A library account is required to use any library owned computers (but is not required to access the wireless network).

Main Library – Traverse City

Access to computing resources is controlled by age at the Main Library.
For patrons ages 17 and up, a second floor computing lab is available with 15 Windows PC, 2 Macs and 12 Google Chromebooks.
For patrons ages 12 to 18, 6 Windows PCs and 2 Macs are available in the Teen Services area on the first floor.
For patrons ages 8 to 12, 5 internet connected Windows PCs are available in the Youth Services area on the first floor.
For patrons under age 8, 6 non-internet connected “AWE Early Learning Stations” are available in Youth Services.  These computers contain a variety of educational games.

Kingsley Branch Library

10 Windows PCs available for all ages and two Mac laptops are available for in-building use for patrons over the age of 18.

Interlochen Community Library

8 Windows PCs and 3 Windows laptops are available for patrons of all ages.

Peninsula Community Library

3 Windows PCs, 3 Windows laptops and 1 Mac laptop are available for patrons of all ages.

Fife Lake Community Library

6 Windows PCs and 2 Chromebooks are available for patrons of all ages.

East Bay Branch Library

5 Windows PCs available for patrons of all ages.