Doing Research at Clarington Public Library
Get it done at the library! You’ll find plenty of study spaces at all of our branches including tables reserved for quiet study.
When you need to find resources for your project, ask at the information desk and our professional staff will assist you.
Need to get online? Public computer stations are available and we offer wireless internet service at all of our branches.
Can't find what you are looking for on the shelves? You can download thousands of full-text articles and electronic books through our on-line resources, available to use for free with your library card.
Can I type out an assignment at the library or photocopy research?
You can type your text into a word document, input data onto a spreadsheet, create a presentation, or draw at one of our Office stations. Plan ahead and be sure to bring a memory stick to save your work on. Our stations are available on a first-come, first-served basis and require a library card to login. You may print for $0.25 a page or photocopy for $0.25 a page.
When can I email or phone the library with a question?
Are you in need of some help finding resources? You can contact our professional library staff any time to ask a question. Email us and we will respond to your email within one business day.
During hours of operation, call 905-623-7322 and dial extension 2712. Click here for our hours and location information. Or call when we are closed and leave a message, we will return your call as soon as possible when we open next.