Computers, WiFi and Internet Access
Computers and internet access
The library has several computers available to provide high-speed internet access as well as a standard suite of software (word processing, spreadsheet, presentation). You can log on to any available computer using your library card number and password. Guest passes are available at the circulation desk for those without a library card. One computer is reserved for quick 15-minute sessions to check email or print a document.
Computer time is currently limited 1 hour per person per day due to COVID19 capacity restrictions. Please see our Services During COVID19 page for the latest details.
Wireless access is available 24 hours a day inside and outside the building for those with their own devices.
Use of the library’s computer and network (including wireless) is governed by the Access to the Internet policy. By connecting to the library’s network or using one of the library’s computers, you are agreeing to abide by this policy. Users may have their access to the library’s computers or network revoked for any violation of the policy.
The Library also offers two computers dedicated to literacy based games for use in the children’s department. Both computers feature games and quizzes that facilitate learning.
Computer Help: The library is here to support beginning technology users.
Learn technology basics, Microsoft Office, math, reading, career and everyday life skills.
Learn how to use popular websites with TechBoomers videos and articles.
Learn how to borrow eBooks and other digital library materials via our online video tutorials.
Our one-on-one in-person tutoring is currently on hold. Other computer training programs will be listed here when available.