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).

Woodmere Branch Library

Access to computing resources is controlled by age at the Woodmere Branch 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.