Computers, Wi-Fi, and Printing
The library has computers for public use located throughout the building.
Computer workstations are equipped with the following standard software:
Internet connections, Microsoft Office suite (including Word, Excel, and Powerpoint), various media players, and accessibility software. Please inquire at the Reference desk for more information about accessibility tools or if you would like some assistance.
- To use a public computer, you must have a current and active library card, and not owe $10 or more in fines.
- Please view the library's Internet Access and Safety policy.
- USB and other flash storage drives and devices may be used with our public computers. These items, along with headphones, are available for purchase at the circulation or reference desks; headphones cost $2.00 and USB flash drives are $8.00.
NOTE: All of the library's public PCs are equipped with privacy software that purges all session data and stored information upon conclusion of each session. Please make sure you have the ability to save any documents you create to either a remote storage space, or on an external device (such as USB flash drive) before you begin your work or computer session.
The library has vision-assisting software and hardware available for those who require it. Please ask at the Reference or Circulation desks for more information.
The library has limited set of Chromebooks to lend to patrons. To borrow a laptop, a patron must be age 18 or over and have a library card in good standing. Laptops may be borrowed for up to 21 days, one laptop per user per month. Please review the library's full Laptop Lending and User Agreement for more details.