Computer Services

Internet Access

Internet Access

Using the Internet requires the use of a mouse and familiarity with a Microsoft Windows operating system environment. Patrons with a valid library card or photo identification have the ability to view, print or save entire documents from an internet terminal, application workstation or reference database machine.

 

  • Fast, high-speed Internet connection
  • Personal laser printers at each terminal
  • Personal headsets at each terminal
  • Easily accessible USB ports
  • Color scanners
  • Wide selection of software, including Microsoft Office
  • Software for the visually impaired on select terminals

 

Click here to view the computer use policy

WiFi

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Have a laptop or mobile device? The library offers fast, high speed wireless Internet access throughout the building. Simply locate the network called LIBRARY and agree to the terms and conditions. It’s that easy!

 

 

  • Locate and join the network called LIBRARY
  • Open your web browser and try to access a website
  • You will be redirected to landing page.
  • Agree to our terms & conditions by selecting Agree & Connect

 

 

 

Click here to view the wireless access policy

One-on-One Training

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Need help with your new device? Want to get started with borrowing eBooks or downloading eMagazines or eMusic? Just need help on the computer? One-on-one computer training is offered by appointment to all district residents. During a session, an experienced librarian will teach you how to get started on the Internet, use email and make the most of library services online. Want to learn more from home? Try one of the library's eClasses


 

Click here to get started with eClasses