Do I need to be on a computer at the library in order to access library resources?
No. If you are logged into your library account, you can access most of our online content from anywhere you’d like.
What software programs are on library computers?
All public computers have internet access, word processing, spreadsheets, and image editing.
Can children use the computers?
Each location has at least one designated computer with filtered internet access for children.
I have low vision. Does the library have any equipment or software to help me?
Yes, the Main Library has a magnifier that allows you to magnify any type of written material. We also have a low vision keyboard. Both pieces of equipment are located in the Computer Lounge.
Can I use my own device?
Wi-Fi and comfy seating are available for you to use with your personal device. Wireless printing from your device is also available.
Is someone available to help me with the technology?
Someone is available to help you get on the technology. If you need more in-depth assistance, you can set up a one-on-one technology appointment by filling out the Book a Librarian form here.
What other software programs are available?
The Main Library has additional programs and equipment available in the LPCPL Maker Labs. Visit our LPCPL Maker Lab page for more information.