Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have computers at the library?

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All 19 libraries have public use computers equipped with internet access, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, etc.), access to the library's catalog and databases, and access to printers. There is no daily time limit on computer use. Computer use sessions are reserved via a registration computer that is located in each library.

A library card entitles you to use a computer. Those without a library card may obtain a free internet access card ( aka "guest pass") to use the computers.

You can use a computer for up to 1 hour. If there is no one waiting to use a computer, you can continue to use it in increments of 30 minutes. If at any time there is a waiting list and you have used the computer for at least 1 hour, then at the next 30 minute interval, you will have to register again to be placed on the waiting list.

There are express computers at the Downtown Library, the Belle Isle Library, the Midwest City Library, and the Southern Oaks Library that allow anyone with a library card or an internet access card to sign up for a 15-minute session when the computer is available. These "quick access" computers do not offer time extensions or reservations, and you can print to the public printer for $.10\page for black and white or $.50\page for color. 

We also have free Wi-Fi available at every library.

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