Holyoke Public Library
250 Chestnut Street - Holyoke, MA 01040

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Welcome to the Computer Lab!

The Holyoke Public Library Computer Lab, and all public computers in the building, are easily logged into with your library card number. If you do not have a library card, please see staff to receive a temporary Guest Pass for a one-time login number. We also have free public Wi-Fi at the library! Bring in your own laptops, Notebooks, or mobile devices to take advantage of our services.

Need to Print or Scan?

  • Printing from a public computer costs $0.10 per page, currently only in black and white.
  • Scanning documents to a USB flash drive is free, just see staff for instructions and/or assistance.
  • Printing from your own computer, laptop, or mobile device? Click here to download our PrinterOn mobile app and view instructions, or email your documents to holyoke-browsing@printspots.com to send your prints to the Lobby Print Station.

Need Computer Help?

If you need some quick assistance with computer-related needs (such as internet searching, document editing, resume-building, etc.) please see the Computer Lab staff on the library's 3rd floor and they can assist or direct you.

For learning about computer or technology topics, we offer free one-on-one (or group at request) tutoring sessions and classes! See our Computer/Technology Tutoring page for more information on scheduling your classes.

Computer Classroom and Reservations

The Computer Lab has its own classroom for teaching a variety of topics, conducting tech-assisted meetings, and many things in between! Equipped with 12 computers, a white board, a projector screen, and a mobile podium. Call 413-420-8118 or email it@holyokelibrary.org to get in contact with a Computer Coordinator and learn how to reserve the space for a class or program.

Available Computer Hours

June 2024 - August 2024

  • Monday through Thursday: 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
  • Fridays and Saturdays: 8:30 AM-3:30 pm
  • Closed Sundays, select Saturdays, & holidays

Please note: Computers shut down 30 minutes before the library's closing time.

Computer Coordinators

Call (413) 420-8118 or email it@holyokelibrary.org to reach the Computer Coordinators for any questions, comments, or concerns.

Omar Torres (Daytime Coordinator)

Kareima Eshkmak (Evening Coordinator)

IT Glossary

To meet the expectations of a complex, dynamic, and ever-evolving world, it is important that students have the opportunity to learn skills that help them gather and make sense of information. These skills will help them solve problems, and evaluate evidence to make decisions or find solutions to challenges and are often developed in science, technology, engineering, math, and computer science disciplines — also known as STEM.