The Case Memorial Library has 22 computers available for public use.
Public computers are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Sessions may be limited to 30 minutes in times of high demand.
The 16 public computers on the first floor of the Library are available for adults and students in grade seven or above. To use a public computer in the main computer area you only need to sign in on the registration sheet at the Circulation Desk.
The six public computers in the Children’s Department are available for children through sixth grade and their caregivers. Children under age seven must be accompanied by an adult when using the computers.
The Children’s Department is also pleased to offer two AWE Early Literacy Stations that are loaded with fun and educational software for children ages 2-10. Each station comes equipped with a colorful keyboard, intuitive touch screen interface, and mouse, with more than 50 top-rated educational programs spanning seven curricular areas. Bring your child to the Library and watch them get excited about learning!
To use a public computer or Early Literacy Station in the Children’s Department you only need to sign in on the registration sheet at the Children’s Circulation Desk.
All public computers offer:
- Microsoft Office 2013 including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher.
- Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome for web browsing.
- Access to Ancestry.com and other premium Library subscriptions
- Audio: Headphones must be used to listen to audio. A patron may bring their own headphones to use at the library.
- File storage: Computer files can be saved on a USB Flash drive or a CD.
Black & white printing is available for 15 cents per page. Color printing is available for 35 cents per page from files supplied on flash drives. Printing from our wireless network are not available at this time.
Laptop Connections and Wi-Fi service
Free wireless (802.11b/g) access is available in the library and on library grounds.
The library’s wireless network is called ‘Case Memorial Library.’
The Case Memorial Library reserves the right to terminate network connections in accordance with Library policies and Federal, State and local laws.