Computers and Internet
Public Use Computers
Internet computers are available for public use.
To use the Internet computers you must have a valid library card from either Three Rivers Public Library District or from a PrairieCat member library. If you have a card from outside this area or outside the state, inquire at the desk for a guest pass. You must abide by the posted user agreements.
Security is limited and all usage of the computers is done via your own risk. Due to federal act, all Three Rivers Public Library District computers are filtered. Persons over the age of 18 may ask the desk to remove the filters on their computer. We cannot take the filters down for persons under 18 not under constant adult supervision. Those under 18 must have written permission from a parent or guardian to use the computers. Children under 7 must be accompanied at all times at the computers by a parent or adult caregiver. The Internet Usage Agreement must be read and signed by a parent or guardian.
Black and White printouts are 10 cents each.
Color printouts are 40 cents each.
We have discs available for $1 and flash drives for $6. We do not allow saving or downloading to our hard drives. Usage is limited to one hour (renewable if no one is waiting). You can make a reservations for a computer via our PC reservation system. Library Internet computers are currently equipped with Internet Explorer, Office 2007 and Adobe Reader.
Wi Fi Hotspot
Wireless Internet is available at both branches and there are public access electrical plugs for laptops.