The Library offers technology assistance, including basic troubleshooting and instruction, for mobile devices in two ways.
This program is offered every Tuesday from 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM from the beginning of September until the end of May.
All are welcome.
Front Desk Assistance
Those in need of help may also simply approach the front desk and ask. Assistance will be provided based on staff availability.
Calling ahead is encouraged.
The library provides
Internet-connected computers for public use.
The library provides unfiltered Internet, however the library's Computer and Internet Policy still applies.
IPTV has provided the library with 3 iPads loaded with IPTV apps for children to play.
All 6 of the children's computers have free access to the online, educational games provided by ABC Mouse.
The AWE Computer is an early literacy station designed for ages 2-8.
It is pre-loaded with educational games in a variety of subjects, including spelling, math, and science, and a few with recognizable television characters.
This computer does not have access to the Internet.
The Family History Preservation Station (FHPS) is a ready-made transfer station for you to save your old family memories before it is too late. The FHPS has analog to digital video transfer, high-speed and high-quality photo scanning, and audio recording equipment and software. Due to varying recording speeds, video copying works best if the original recording device is available to play the tapes.
The transfers can take time, so be sure to schedule accordingly.
Contact the library for a training session and more information.