Computers in libraries
Computers are available to use in all South Ayrshire Libraries for up to 2 hours
per day. All machines have access to the Internet and the full Microsoft Office
suite including; Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access and Publisher.
Cost: There is no charge for using the computers, the only thing
we charge for is print outs.
Free Wi-Fi available in all our libraries
South Ayrshire library members can use their wireless enabled laptop or mobile device to connect to the Internet
in any South Ayrshire library. Visitors to the library can also access this free service as long as ID can be
provided. (Our Wi-Fi has been funded by the Scottish Government Public Library Improvement Fund).
Princh Wi-Fi Printing
Princh printing is now available in all our libraries, allowing library members and visitors the ability to print directly from their laptop, tablet or phone.
Print and Pay from any device
Use the free Princh app on iOS, Android, or from a browser to find your nearest printer and then print and pay from your device. It’s that easy - please be aware you will need to know your app store password. Users can also pay for printing with bank cards, mobile payment apps and with cash, with no need to create user accounts or deposit money – pay for what you print, that’s it!
Book a PC
You can contact the library you would like to book your computer time directly or
you can Book a PC online, you will need your library card number and PIN to do this.
Book a PC
If you would like to listen to something on our PCs you will need to supply your
own headphones, or you can purchase a set for £1.
All our PCs are connected to laser colour printers. Printing and photocopying
Scanners are also available on some PCs’ for those requiring electronic copies of
images or documents. If you require to use a scanner please mention this when you
are booking your PC, as not all of our computers have a scanner connected to them.
Come to Code Club
Come along to one of our Code Club sessions and learn how to make cool games and animations.
Please contact the Cyber Centre to find out more T: 01292 618492
Courses are free of charge, last six weeks and are suitable for ages 9-13 years.
Never used a computer before?
If you have never used a computer before and would like help to surf the web or
send an email then we can help to get you started. The Cyber Centre at Carnegie Library offers friendly and
informal tuition in a relaxed library environment. Our Basic Computer Courses and One to One I.T. taster sessions will have you
pointing and clicking in no time at all.