Frequently Asked Questions

What are Digital Innovation Hubs?

Digital Innovation Hubs are learning and creation spaces with computers, professional software and a wide variety of equipment, including 3D printers, audio and video production tools, Arduinos and more.

Located in eight library branches, these spaces provide access to creative tools and free classes to learn new skills.

How can I use Digital Innovation Hubs?

Users of all ages and skill levels are invited to come learn, play and explore in our Digital Innovation Hubs.

Which library branches have Digital Innovation Hubs?

Eight library branches have Digital Innovation Hubs.

Location Floor Contact
Agincourt Main floor 416-396-3717
aginnovationhub@tpl.ca
Albion Main floor 416-394-5184
abinnovationhub@tpl.ca
Downsview Main floor 416-395-5720
doinnovationhubs@tpl.ca
Fort York Second floor 416-393-6203
foinnovationhub@tpl.ca
North York Central Library Second floor 416-395-5646
clinnovationhub@tpl.ca
Richview Second floor 416-394-5151
riinnovationhub@tpl.ca
Scarborough Civic Centre Main floor 416-396-3623
scinnovationhub@tpl.ca
Toronto Reference Library Main floor 416-393-7007
trlinnovationhub@tpl.ca
When are Digital Innovation Hubs open?

A Digital Innovation Hub is open during the hours of its library branch.

Do I need a library card?

Yes, a Toronto Public Library card is required to use Digital Innovation Hubs.

Are there fees?

There are no costs to use Digital Innovation Hub computers and equipment, or attend programs and classes .

Fines are charged for equipment that is returned late, damaged or lost.

Printing fees are charged for 3D printers.

Are there any age restrictions?

No.

Are food and drinks allowed?

Food is not permitted in Digital Innovation Hubs. Drinks are permitted, but please keep bottles capped to avoid spills.

What is a Pop-Up Learning Lab?

Pop-Up Learning Labs travel to different branches to bring technology to your community through staff-led programs and classes.