Computers & Wi-Fi

The Drayton Valley Library has 10 public computers equipped with a webcam. (Due to social distancing restrictions, only every second computer is currently available.)

Computers can be accessed using a library card and each computer session is 120 minutes long. To access computers without a library card please visit the service desk. Exceptions to the time limit may be made depending on computer availability and wait list. Computers may be booked in advance.

The library provides free high speed internet. You can access the Library Wireless Wi-Fi on a personal device - no passwords required.

Patrons using the library computers or Wi-Fi must adhere to the following policy:

  1. Drayton Valley Municipal Library provides free access to all library users; a card is not required.  The library is not responsible for the content or the quality of information accessed on the Internet. In support of the Canadian Library Association’s Intellectual Freedom Statement, filters are not used by the Drayton Valley Library to restrict access to the Internet.   
  2. A person under age 17 who wishes to use the Internet must have a parent, guardian or caregiver complete a permission form or be accompanied by a parent. Proof of age may and can be requested by Library personnel.  Parents, guardians or caregivers are responsible for monitoring Internet sites and information accessed by their children. 
  3. Library personnel will help users with basic computer use or Internet access.  
  4. Misuse and/or abuse of the terminal, Internet access and/or the rules governing Internet access will result in suspension of Internet access privileges. 
  5. The Drayton Valley Library also offers free wireless access for individuals’ personal mobile devices. Printing service is not available to wireless users.  
  6. The library assumes no responsibility for the safety of personal equipment: users must keep their equipment with them at all times.