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Going online: Library support during COVID-19: Book Library Computers

Book a Computer in a VCC Library

You can book a Library Computer for the purpose of attending your online class on campus. The computers are solely for the purpose of attending online classes. You will only be able to book if you are a current VCC student. You can either book online yourself, or you can come in to the library and we will book a computer for you.

Please complete the BC COVID-19 Self-Assessment before coming to campus, if you have not already for any on-campus classes.

Please email if you require assistance. 

How Many Computers Do We Have to Book?

The Broadway Library has 8 bookable computers. 

The Downtown Library has 3 bookable computers.  

We recommend that you book these computers, for your online classes, a few days in advance as to ensure that you have on for the required time. The booking will guarantee you the computer for that time. You can book for 2 hours at a time. If you require more time, please come in to the library to do the booking or email us at the campus you would like to book. 

The Broadway Campus can be reached at

The Downtown Campus can be reached at

Both campus libraries have many other computers available for walk-in use by any VCC student or employee.

Please Stay Safe and Keep Others Safe Too

Please stay home if:

  • You have had COVID-19 symptoms within the past 14 days. Symptoms include sore throat, muscle pain, difficulty breathing, and more.
  • You have recently tested positive for COVID-19, are waiting for test results, or have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive.
  • You have been outside of Canada the last 14 days.

Please wear a mask, with a few exceptions:

  • temporarily, to communicate with someone Deaf or hard-of-hearing;
  • to briefly sip from a covered drink; or
  • if you are unable to remove the mask on your own.

The BC Centre for Disease Control (CDC) recommends well-fitted masks made of three layers of tightly-woven fabric. Read more about VCC's mask policies.

The BC CDC explains that COVID-19 is "mainly spread by liquid droplets that come out of the mouth and nose when a person with the virus breathes, coughs, sneezes, talks, or sings" (May 4, 2021).

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