Public Access Computers and Wireless Internet

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The library has 10 computers available for public use. All are connected to the internet. There are two computers in the children’s area which are restricted to use by children or caregivers with children. All computers with the exception of the two computers in the rotunda are equipped with Microsoft Office. The two computers in the rotunda are for searching the library’s catalog and the full catalog of our consortium, Bibliomation.

All of the library computers are connected to our public printer. For color prints: select the printer named “Sam” (our copier). Black and White prints can be printed to “Huck” or “Sam”. Black and White copies are 10 cents per page and Color copies are 25 cents per page.

Free Wireless internet service for laptop computers is available throughout the library. No password is required to access the wireless network. The wireless network name is “Mark Twain Library”. If you prefer to use an ethernet cable to access the internet on your laptop, please ask at the front desk. Cables are available.

Wireless printing is also available from your portable devices. You can print while in the library or send your print to the library and staff will help you release it when you arrive. This process keeps your prints private. Regular printing rates apply. Scroll down for instructions on wireless printing.