Book a Computer

Researching Your Family HistoryFree PC and internet access at libraries across North Lanarkshire.

All our libraries provide free access to computers and the Internet. To be eligible you simply have to register as a library member at your local library and complete an Internet User Agreement form.  You require to agree to abide by our Public Use of Information Technology and the Internet Policy 2014. Children under 16 need a signature of a parent or guardian. You will need to bring your library ticket or proof of identity each time you use a computer. We guarantee at least 1 hours use on a PC, however, duration can be extended if no one else is waiting for the PC.

When you enrol with us you are able to pre-book sessions on our library and Open Learning Centre computers. This helps to ensure one will be available for whenever suits you. To do this you need to access our learning website Logintolearn.com  which you can access by clicking here. Once you have logged in go to “Book PC sessions” which you will find on the left side of your screen simply click and book a session. You will need a user name and password which you will be given on registration.

Access to the PCs are free but users will be charged for printing.

Should you need help using a PC all our staff are able to assist you and dedicated support staff are available at our LogintoLearn Centres in Motherwell, Coatbridge, Cumbernauld and Wishaw Libraries.