Computers for public use
Computers are available for Internet access at all Riverside libraries. In addition, all public computers have Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel and PowerPoint), children's software programs, and access to the library catalog and databases.
Patrons can save their work to their own USB flash drives, floppy disks or CDs.
Computer use is offered on a first-come, first-served basis and is limited to two hours per day to meet demand.
Printing is available for 10 cents (black and white) and 25 cents (color) per page.
WiFi Internet access
For those who wish to use their own laptop computers at their local library, Wifi access to the Internet is available at all branches.
Free computer training
The libraries are not offering computer classes at this time, however the Smart Riverside Digital Inclusion Program is offering classes at the city community centers.