Technology and Study Facilities

Facilities


Study Rooms

There are three study rooms available for booking at Narellan library. These rooms are available for individual and group study. Bookings can be made by phone or in person at Narellan Library. Bookings are a maximum of 2 hours. Use of the study rooms is free. Study rooms are not available for commercial use.

Camden Library has a large shared meeting room that can be used for study. Availability varies, according to other programs. This room is not available to book. 
 

Meeting Rooms

Narellan Library has two large meeting rooms, the Iron Bark and Red Gum rooms.  These rooms are available for hire, for commercial or private use. Charges do apply for the use of these rooms. All bookings for these meeting rooms are taken through Camden Council's Facilities Team.  
 

Technology

Public access computers are available at both Camden and Narellan Libraries. These computers have internet access and Microsoft Office 2010.

Printing and email is available from these computers. There is also a scanner at each library. Personal software cannot be loaded onto these computers.

There is no charge for the use of these computers, however there are charges for printing.

Bookings can be made for these computers either in person or by phone. You will need a library card, and your password to do this. A visitor pass is available for computer use, but cannot be used to make advance bookings.

Free wifi is available inside Narellan and Camden Library. No password required, simply detect and connect. Usage limits for downloads and time apply.
 

Design, Create and Record

The space digital learning studio contains a wide range of specialist software and equipment, including a MAC design studio and a high level recording studio. See the space digital studios page for more details here.
 

Photocopiers

Photocopiers are available at each library.  Charges apply for photocopying.  Scanning of documents and saving to USB can also be done on these photocopiers, as well as printing of PDF documents from USB.