@Two Digital Learning Center
The @Two Digital Learning Center is an innovative, 21st century space designed to help our community build essential skills that translate meaningfully into work and civic life – all with a free library card.
Public access to technology matters. It bridges a digital divide across communities, empowers individuals, and helps strengthen youth with digital arts. With a library card, patrons can collaborate with others, work with library hardware and software applications, use special digital equipment, and so much more.
Visit the @Two Digital Learning Center located on the second floor of the library.
The library has more than 25 computer stations available to patrons with a library card. Computer stations for people 18 and older are located in the @Two Digital Learning Center on the second floor. Computer stations for teens and youth are available on the first floor. There are two 30-minute express computers located on the first floor for quick printing jobs. Internet Only cards are available at the Library Card Help Desk downstairs in lieu of guest passes. Each patron must use their own library card; you may not use another person’s card.
All public computing stations automatically log off 10 minutes before closing time. Patrons are responsible for printing or saving their work before this time; it cannot be retrieved later.
All library computer stations have word processing software and internet browsers. Some computers in the @Two Digital Learning Center may also include:
- AutoCAD 2013 (PC Only)
- Adobe Master Collection CS6 (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Premiere Pro, Acrobat X Pro)
- Adobe Photoshop Elements 7
The library’s laptop computers or Chromebooks are available for use inside the Library by patrons 18 years of age and older. Chromebooks may be checked out for 2 hours at a time at the Information Desk.
View the library’s microfilm collection and save digital images.
Media Conversion Station
Print from any Library computer station to standard 8.5″ x 11″ paper in black and white or color. Library print jobs are released using your library card number. The print vending machine takes coins only, and a change machine for $1 or $5 bills is available.
- Black and white: 10 cents/page
- Color: 25 cents/page
Use the multipurpose scanning station on the first floor next to the Express Print Stations to scan your documents and email, save, or print them. No computer login is needed.
Printing a copy of your document is the same cost as regular printing, 10 cents/page for black and white. Emailing the scanned document or saving it to a USB drive is free.
Want to print something from your own computer or mobile device?
Upload your document or email your document as an attachment to:
email@example.com (for black and white printing, 10 cents/page)
firstname.lastname@example.org (for color printing, 25 cents/page)
Release and pay for your print job at the Express Print Station at the entrance to the Library next to the security gates. Use the email address you provided in the upload form or sent your document from to release your prints.
- The Carson City Library has no control over the information accessed through the Internet and cannot be held responsible for its content.
- Carson City Library expressly disclaims any liability or responsibility arising from access to or use of information obtained through its electronic information systems or any consequences thereof.
- Although many potentially valuable sources of information are located throughout the Internet, some resources and destinations contain material that some patrons may find offensive or inaccurate. The Carson City Library can neither verify the accuracy nor control the content of sources found on the Internet. As information consumers, patrons must use their own discretion in evaluating the validity and desirability of information found. The Carson City Library does not permit the viewing, downloading or printing of child pornography per NRS 200.730.
- Materials obtained or copied on library computers may be subject to copyright laws which govern the making of reproductions of copyrighted works. Users must comply with U.S. Copyright laws and other applicable laws. The responsibility for any consequences of copyright infringement lies with the user; the Carson City Library expressly disclaims any liability or responsibility resulting from such use.
- In an attempt to limit obscenity, viruses, and malicious downloads on networked computers, the Carson City Library utilizes filtering practices and filtering software on computers in the Children’s and Young Adult areas and the Digitorium, on all computers on the second floor of the library, and the Express Stations on the first floor. However, the Carson City Library cannot guarantee that filtering technology will successfully block all inappropriate sites. Such controls cannot be absolutely foolproof. Parents and guardians must ultimately accept responsibility for determining appropriate use of the Internet by their minor children. Any restriction of the minor 18 child’s access to the Internet remains the sole responsibility of the parent, guardian, or caregiver.
- Parents are encouraged to guide their minor child’s use of the Internet and to read Child Safety on the Information Highway (Please see the website: www.safekids.com), produced jointly by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the Interactive Services Association.
- Resources available on youth literacy computers include the Internet, Microsoft Office, and preloaded games. Use of youth literacy computers is on a first-come first-serve basis. No advance reservations will be taken.
- The library’s laptop computers or Chromebooks can be accessed without filtering via Wi-Fi and are available for use inside the library by patrons 18 years of age and older. Laptops or Chromebooks may be checked out at the Information Desk.
Check out our recorded Computers for Beginners classes on our YouTube Channel, and check our calendar for new classes!