Digital Innovation Hubs are located at eight library branches: Agincourt, Albion, Downsview, Fort York, North York Central Library, Richview, Scarborough Civic Centre and Toronto Reference Library.

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3D Design & Printing

Learn how to design and print a 3D object starting from an existing design, or create your own.

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Innovator in Residence

The Innovator in Residence program offers a fun and hands-on way to learn about the technology offered at the Digital Innovation Hubs.

Borrow an Arduino Kit

An Arduino is a microcontroller used to build digital devices and interactive objects. Borrow an Arduino project kit for in-library use or to take home.

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Reserve a workstation for audio/video editing, document/photo (flatbed), analog video conversion, web/graphic/3D design, or coding/programming. Borrow equipment for use in the Library such as cameras and audio/video production tools.

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Fabrication Studio

The Fabrication Studio is a creation and learning space that offers access to sewing machines and a vinyl printer/cutter to create projects using textiles and print labels and displays.

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Recording Studio

Use our cameras, green screen, studio mics, and other audio, video, and photography equipment and software.

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Programs and Classes

Attend a technology talk, digital design classes, and activities for all ages and interests.