The Putnam County Public Library endeavors to be a community leader in helping to close the digital divide by being a central place for patrons to access tools and information while developing essential digital literacy skills. We provide knowledgeable and trained staff who curate electronic resources, train and guide patrons in their use, and educate and stimulate the public as to the role of technology in their lives. We are committed to building and maintaining a robust technology program that includes equitable access to information and content creation tools as well as providing an engaging and supportive environment in which to explore and experiment with new technologies.
Putnam County Library is *NOW* partnering with the Community Technology Engagement Program!
CTEP is a DePauw-sponsored program that aims to bridge the digital divide in Putnam County by offering workshops and office hours to increase technical literacy. CTEP is now offering office hours on Mondays from 4-6 p.m. at the library.
The library offers additional drop-in technology assistance on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
The library continues to offer one-on-one help with technology and devices by appointment. To make an appointment, email [email protected] or call 765-301-7094.
Putnam County Public Library assumes no responsibility for damages, direct or indirect, to a user’s data, devices, drives, discs, files, or any other electronic media arising from the use of the Library’s computer system or network. Our Community Help Desk hours will occasionally change due to staff illness or leave.