The library offers computers to the public for use in accessing the Internet as well as Microsoft Office software – Word, Excel, Power Point, Publisher and Access. All computers have CD burners and DVD players.
To ensure fair and equal access for all library users, we require that you login with a VALID library card and PIN (personal indentification number). Most of the computers are available for a one-hour session. If no one else is waiting to use the computers, you may extend your session time, up to a maximum of five hours per day.
If you do not have a library card, you may ask for a guest pass at the Reference Desk, but you must have valid identification. Guest passes are valid for 2 hours total in one-hour sessions.
To print from Public Computers, you need to put money on your library card. See more under Print Release Station and Library Payment Center.
You need to know your PIN (Personal Identification Number), a password which is attached to each library card before you can log into the computers and to print from the computers. Each library card is assigned a default PIN when issued, but we encourage you to change it to your own, unique PIN.
If you do not know your PIN, bring your library card OR photo identification and library staff can look up your PIN.