A crucial function of the modern library is to help bridge the digital gap. In order to ensure that individuals in our community have equal access to information, the Library provides six public access computers all of which are networked with a variety of programs (available software includes Microsoft Office 2010). Two computers have no time limit and are reserved for job applications, resume creations, genealogy research, homework and other long-term projects. The other four computers have a one-hour time limit.
Wireless internet is available for laptop and mobile device users, and two iPads are available for patron use within the library. We also have four laptops available for teen use within the library.
Information can be printed from computers for 25 cents for a one-sided black and white copy, 30 cents for a two-sided black and white copy, and 50 cents for a one-sided color copy.
No email will be sent on the library’s account. You may use email only if you have your own mail account with yahoo, hotmail, gmail or a similar server.
Children under the age of seventeen (17) years must have parental permission to use the Internet at the Library.
In the children’s section two Early Literacy computers are available with a variety of educational games that are not connected to the internet. There is also a Krayon Kiosk with four iPads loaded with games appropriate for younger children.