Wi-Fi is available throughout the library. The public network name and password are posted at each service desk in the Library.

Use of the Library Wi-Fi is subject to our Guest Wireless Access Acceptable Use Policy.

Information you send over any public Wi-Fi network may be visible to others. Learn how to keep yourself and your information safe on public Wi-Fi networks.

Public computers

The Library offers over 40 public computers for your use. To use these computers, you'll need to follow our Public Computer Use Guidelines and Internet Use Policy.

Using a public computer

  • All computer users must have a library card or guest pass.
  • Guest passes are free, and you can ask for one at the front desk. Each pass is valid for three sessions on that day.
  • Each computer session is for 360 minutes. You can accept extra time in 30-minute increments, depending on computer availability.
  • Computers are completely refreshed after logging out or after time expires. This refresh deletes all documents saved to the computer. Please save all documents to a USB drive or a cloud storage solution.
  • All computers shut down 5 minutes before closing. 

Computer help

Library staff can provide basic help, such opening a program or showing how to print a document. Library staff cannot provide in-depth computer help or instruction. Staff cannot fill out forms, create documents, or input personal information.

For help with basic computer skills, visit DigitalLearn.org.

Available hardware and software

  • Internet access
  • Microsoft Ease of Access Accessibility options
  • Microsoft Office 2016
  • USB ports

Headphones and USB drives are not provided, but you can buy them at the front desk.

Printing and more

Learn about printing, faxing, scanning, and more on our Prints, Faxes, and Scans page.

Accessible technology

All computers at the Library have the Windows 10 Ease of Access Center. This Center allows you to increase font size, change contrast, and more. Learn more about the Ease of Access settings. Plus, we offer a high-contrast keyboard at one station.

We also offer a print magnifier, generously funded by the Lincoln Hills Foundation. You can magnify any print material up to 50x with this device.

Have a recommendation of an assistive technology we should add? Please let us know.