Modern Mississauga and the City of Mississauga have come together to present an ongoing series called “Ask the City.”
We’ll share relevant information here and answer your questions about our city.
Today’s question is about library technology
Has the Mississauga Library received new technology?
The Mississauga Library has launched two new pilot platforms: Chromebooks and Wi-Fi hotspots. Both platforms will give you better access to technology and the internet.
Chromebooks (Available only at Cooksville, Malton and Sheridan libraries)
A Chromebook is a laptop that runs Chrome OS as its operating system. These laptops are designed to be primarily used while you’re connected to the internet. You can run a variety of applications offline.
You can use the Library’s Chromebooks anywhere inside the library up until it closes, but they cannot be removed from the building or reserved. To borrow a Chromebook, make sure you have a valid youth or adult library card.
Hotspots (Available only at Cooksville library)
The Library has 10 hotspots devices available to improve access to Wi-Fi and provide a new way for you to access the internet. As a pilot, you can only find hotspots at Cooksville library for a seven-day loan period. Similar to a Wi-Fi network, you can use hotspots at home, work or on the go to connect any device to the internet.
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