CELA materials are restricted to people with print disabilities living in Canada. A print disability is a learning (comprehension), physical (ie: arthritis), or visual reason that prevents a person from reading conventional print. Alternate resources include books on CD and downloadable ebooks, magazines and newspapers. We have a Victor Reader available to borrow.
The Library offers audiobooks, eBooks, large print, and DAISY books as part of our regular collection.
Large Print books are complete, unabridged books designed with large, clear easy-to-read font on non-glare paper.
CELA - Centre for Equitable Library Access
CELA Website: http://www.celalibrary.ca/
CELA Helpline: 1-855-655-2273
The Nipigon Public Library offers an exam proctoring service for written and online exams. Contact a staff member at 807-887-3142
Library cards must be presented to borrow library materials. Most books and talking books are borrowed for three weeks. Videos and magazines are borrowed for one week. All materials must be renewed or returned to avoid late charges.
Each borrower is responsible for all materials loaned on his or her card and will be billed for loss or damages.
|Loan Period||Overdue Fines||Maximum Fine|
|Books / Audio books||3 week||$0.50 per day||$10.00 per item|
|Magazines||1 week||$0.50 per day||$10.00 per item|
|Videos (audio visual)||1 week||$2.00 per day||$10.00 per item|
Are you looking for an item that is not on our shelves? We can request it for you from another Canadian library! Contact us for help.
Computers and WiFi
Nipigon Public Library has computer stations with internet access available for public use. Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Publisher, Excel, PowerPoint) is installed on each computer station.
YOU MUST BRING YOUR OWN HEADPHONES FOR THE COMPUTERS
Printing: see Service Fees for pricing
Wi-Fi is accessible within the library but must be rejoined after each hour of use.
Computer Use Guidelines
Children under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian sign a disclaimer in order to use the internet. This form expires every two (2) years and then a new one must be completed and on file. Patrons must respect the integrity of the Library’s computers and utilize only those programs and services posted on each computer. Patrons may not use their own software programs on library computers. This will help prevent computer viruses. Online Chat is not allowed on library computer stations. There is a fee for printing, scanning and faxing. The guidelines and policies are posted at the library.
Services: photocopier, fax, laminating, scanning to email
The Library has a photocopier/printer/scanner and fax machine available.
|PRINTING / PHOTOCOPIES||size||type||price per sheet|
|regular paper: black and white||letter (8 1/2 x 11), legal (8 1/2 x 14)||
|regular paper: black and white||poster (11x17)||single-sided||$0.40|
|regular paper: black and white||letter (8 1/2 x 11), legal (8 1/2 x 14)||double-sided||$0.40|
|regular paper: colour||
letter (8 1/2 x 11), legal (8 1/2 x 14), poster (11x17)
|per side of the page||$0.50|
|digital synthetic paper: colour, black and white||letter (8 1/2 x 11), larger sheet (12 x 18)||single or double sided||
$1.00 (letter), $1.50 (larger sheet)
|FAXING (to each fax number)||letter (8 1/2 x 11), legal (8 1/2 x 14)||receiving $.00 per page||$2 for first page, $1 per additional page|
|SCANNING to email, to a usb drive||any size up to 11x17||single or double sided||currently no charge|
|LAMINATING||letter (8 1/2 x 11), legal (8 1/2 x 14), poster (11x17)||per laminating pouch||$1.00 (letter/legal), $2.00 (poster)|
Library membership is free to residents of Nipigon, Red Rock, Dorion and to students attending school in Nipigon.
Children’s cards must be authorized by a parent or guardian. Your library card allows you to access library internet resources. Parents or guardians must either be with their children or sign a permission form for children to use library computers.
Along with books and magazines, the Nipigon Public Library has "things" you can use and / or borrow. They include a radon detector, hiking gps, Ontario park day passes, dvd’s, audio books, die press cutter (must be used at the library), chess set, board games, drill, sockets, and screwdrivers.
The library is a point of contact for the Nipigon Rotary Club Medical Cupboard Equipment Loans.