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.
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COMMUNITY HELP DESK
HOURS: Monday-Thursday by appointment only.
Call 765-301-7094 to schedule an appointment. Please leave a message if you get voicemail.
PCPL has a computer technician available to diagnose and help repair your computer and electronics. Most computer problems can be repaired in 20 minutes.
If your computer problem is severe enough, or would take longer than 30 minutes to fix, we may recommend you take it to a professional.
Do you have a problem with a device that you can’t seem to solve? Our Community Help Desk is a great place to get one-on-one help using specific software and electronic devices.
Community Help Desk is first-come first-served and is free and open to the public. Patrons must accompany their computers or electronics at all times. We do not accept drop offs.
You may bring in your laptops, desktop towers, tablets, cell phones, or any other electronic device. Please bring any power cables with you!
Our Community Help Desk will be unavailable on occasion due to staff absences.