The Halton Hills Public Library offers regular programs and workshops to help you learn and stay up-to-date with today's technology. Check our Event Calendar for current offerings.

You can also schedule a one-on-one appointment with a staff member to get help with a technology question using our Book a Librarian service.

Search our online databases for science and technology-related information.

  • Auto Repair Reference Centre: A database of do-it-yourself repair and maintenance information for most major manufacturers of domestic and imported vehicles.
  • Canadian Reference Centre: You can find over 1,000 magazines, journals, and newspapers including Consumer Reports, Alive, Futurist, Vegetarian Times, Elle Canada, Canadian Living, Harrowsmith Country Living, Canadian Social Trends, Consumer Reports, Maclean's and Profit.
  • Consumer Health Complete: This resource covers all areas of health and wellness from mainstream medicine to the many perspectives of complementary, holistic and integrated medicine. You can search health reference books and encyclopedias, drug patient education sheets, medical images and diagrams, physician-generated videos and consumer health magazines.
  • CPI.Q. Canadian Periodicals: Full-text Canadian magazines and newspapers, including selected articles from the Globe & Mail.
  • Lynda.com: You can learn new skills and upgrade your current knowledge with this online education service. There are over 3,500 courses with more than 144,000 video tutorials taught by experts. All Lynda.com video tutorials are free with your library card and available anywhere you have an internet connection.
  • MasterFILE Premiere: This database has access to magazines, reference books, and primary source documents. It also contains an image collection with photos, maps and flags.
  • Primary Search: This database contains full-text articles from the most popular children's magazines. Students can learn about endangered species, space exploration, fitness and more.