Computers are available for public use with either an Orion / TLN member library card or non-resident guest pass. Time limits are enforced when public demand exceeds computer availability. Users must comply with the library’s Internet Use Policy.
With the exception of Catalog and Youth Gaming computers, all public library computers offer:
- Internet access
- Microsoft Office 2013
Select public library computers offer:
- Flatbed scanners and HP scanning software
- ZoomText Magnifier / Reader and ZoomText Keyboard
(enlarges and enhances screen content / reads documents, web pages and email aloud)
iPads are now available for In-Library and Take Home use or patrons over 18 with a valid library card. All iPads are Wi-Fi enabled and feature specially selected Apps for early learning, school-age activities, business, entertainment, reference and more. Patrons may check out an iPad for in-library use for up to 2 hours or take one home for up to 7 days.
|Schedule of Fees|
|Computer Use||No Charge|
|Printing (B&W)||$ 0.10 per page|
|Printing (Color)||$ 0.25 per page|
|iPad (In-House / 2 Hours)||No Charge | $ 1.00 per Hour Overdue Fee|
|iPad (Take Home / 7 days)||No Charge | $ 5.00 per Day Overdue Fee|
Wednesday, July 30, 2014 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Location: Computer Lab
Come to this class with your Facebook questions! This class will be an opportunity for you to ask your questions about Facebook, expanding on the basics covered in Facebook 101.
Saturday, August 09, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Study Room 2
Bring your basic computer questions (and devices if possible) to the library for a one on one help session. We will provide individualized instruction on basic computer skills. Help is available on a first come, first served basis. Contact 248-693-3000 x334 for more information.
Saturday, September 13, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Computer Lab
The Beginners Computer Lab is a drop-in lab at the library designed to help you practice basic computer skills like using a mouse and keyboard, selecting, copying and pasting text, saving documents, or setting up an email account. We will provide guided activities and librarian assistance to help you become more comfortable using computers for everyday tasks.