Patrons unfamiliar with the use of the computers, or who are looking to update their skills, are encouraged to sign up for one of the library's free Computer Classes.
Take courses online using Universal Class, available in the library and remotely for Library District residents and those who first come into the library to set up an account. Courses cover a wide range of computer and technology topics from computer basics and internet use to web design, instruction on the use of Adobe products, and PC troubleshooting and repair. Universal Class includes courses on Microsoft Office 2007, 2010 and 2013.
One-on-one tech tutoring sessions of 15-30 min may be scheduled for help on a wide variety of topics. See the online tech tutoring appointment request form for more details. Library Staff is not able to provide individual technical support with personal computer hardware, software, smart phones and Apple Computers. Please contact a librarian for published resources related to those topics and others not listed on the form.
Using the Library's Internet Computers
Public computers with Internet access are available with a library card for 1-hour periods, up to 3 hours per day if nobody is waiting. Access for patrons under the age of 18 requires signed parental consent. Read about using the library's computer resources, including the hardware and software available.
Using your own Laptop or Wireless Device
Free wireless access is provided in all public areas of the Library during the library's operating hours. Read about using your laptop or wireless device in the Library, including resources available for wireless users.
Doing Research at the Library
Computers are available for all patrons without restriction for those using the library's subscription research databases, including Consumer Reports, Ancestry, Reference USA, the NOVEL databases provided with funding by the NYS Library. These resources are also available on the library's research webpage. Most databases are available for remote use.
Questions? See our frequently asked computer questions.