Public Computers & Internet Access
The Library currently has 40 computer workstations with internet access and a variety of application software on the Second Floor. Some workstations are also equipped with scanners.
An ICPL Library card provides two 1-hour sessions per day. Visitor cards are available from the 2nd Floor Page Station and provide one 60-minute session per day. They require a signature and identification must be left at the Page Station.
Black & White printing is 10¢ per page; Color is 50¢ per page. All printing is sent to a central printer computer and prints when your barcode and password are entered. A Library printing card is required to release your print job. The card can also be used on copiers. For more information see the Printing Services page.
You must accept the Library's Internet Use Policy to log onto the computers or use wireless internet. Public Computer users will be prompted to accept the policy prior to logging in with a library card number and a password; patrons using laptops must accept the policy using a web browser before wireless or ethernet access to the internet will be granted.
Laptop Internet Access
The following links provide information on using your laptop or other portable device to access the Library's internet.
- Wireless Internet Access
- Ethernet Plugin Internet Access
- Configuring Your Computer for Wireless
- Internet Use Policy
Free internet, application software, and educational game access for children (preschool through 6th grade) is available at public computers located in the Children's Room on the first floor of the Library. Children should use their own library cards for access if possible. "Temporary Internet Use" cards are available at the Children's Room Desk. Access is limited to two 1-hour sessions per day.
The Library offers a variety of classes and drop in sessions to help the community keep up with technology. Visit our Classes page to learn more about our classes offerings, many of which are technology focused!