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  • Attention: UDPL building is closed as we prepare our new location, visit our Using the Library Now page!


Yes! The library can assist you with common computer, tablet, and Smartphone questions. Please visit our Tech Tutoring for Adults page for more information. 

Circulating Tech

  • Molly Kane
  • Feb. 26, 2018

The Upper Dublin Public Library (UDPL) loans a variety of Circulating Tech. Circulating Tech is an extension of the UDPL STEAM Lab, enabling borrowers to experiment at home or on the road. Please visit our Circulating Technology Page for information about tech tools currently available for check out. Borrowing Eligibility and Requirements Members must be 18 years or older

T-Mobile Hotspots

  • Molly Kane
  • Jul. 18, 2017

Take your internet on the go! At Upper Dublin Library, you may check out T-Mobile hotspots, which will give you internet anywhere that is served by T-Mobile, including your home, parks, airports, hotels or on the road. All patrons who check out a hotspot must produce library card or ID before checking out. Hotspot quick facts: 7 day

Yes! See our Wireless Printing page.


  • Molly Kane
  • Jun. 22, 2015

For information on UDPL's Steam Lab, you can see our STEAM Lab page.

Yes, the Library subscribes to multiple eBook platforms including Overdrive/Libby, Hoopla, & RB Digital.  UDPL also buys extra copies just for our patrons, so make sure you login before you browse. Please visit our Books, Audio, & Video Online page for more information.

The library's main color photocopier can scan in black & white or color. Currently, scanning is free. Scanned files can be either saved to USB drive or to the scanning computer (next to the Print Release computer). Once scanned, files may be emailed, saved or uploaded. For more assistance, please see our scanning help document.

Computers: Can I save my files?

  • Molly Kane
  • Dec. 16, 2014

Patrons may save to the computer C drive but saved files will not be retained past next computer reboot. Patrons may also use USB drives (thumb drive) or portable hard drives as long as they do not install software on our computers. Unfortunately, our computers cannot burn to CDs or DVDs.

The library has 23 computers for use by the public. All computers have Internet access (Internet Explorer, Firefox & Chrome), MS Office 2010, including Word 2010, Excel 2010 and PowerPoint 2010 and Windows Media Player. Patrons can listen to sound with their own headphones or the library sells earbuds for patron use. For more information, please see

For regular use, a library card is required but occasional users, and out of area users, may request a guest pass from the front desk for full access.

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