We have public computer stations for children, teens, and adults. They are available for anyone's use and no library card is needed. Computers are available whenever the library is open and shut down 15 minutes before closing. Children and teen computers are on the first floor, adult computers are on the second floor. We have copier/printers you can use on each floor and a 15-minute print station computer near the Main Street entrance.
Copies and prints cost $.10 each for B&W, $.25 each for color. Each copy/print station has a cash-only vending machine which accepts coins, $1 and $5 bills.
Copies and prints cost $.10 each for B&W, $.25 each for color.
The Internet is a global network with no governmental control of its users or contents. Information accessed through the Internet may be controversial in nature. The library is not responsible for the content or accuracy of the Internet and the World Wide Web. The library cannot be responsible for computer problems, network outages or other access problems which may occur.
Library public access computers are filtered for content but patrons must still assume responsibility for their child's use of the Internet through Reed Memorial Library. Only parents may restrict Internet resources chosen by their children.
Anyone is free to use the library's Internet computers. Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult. By acknowledging the usage agreement when accessing the Internet on a library computer, patrons agree to abide by the Internet use rules.
A copy of the complete policy is available at the public services desk.