How to Print

Get on one of our public computers and bring up the document or page you'd like to print.

Make sure to send your print job to Public Copier.

The library charges $.20 per page for black and white pages and $.50 for color pages for printing. You do not need a library card to print from our computers.

You can pay at the reference desk or at the front circulation desk.

How to Copy

Go to the copier near the computer lab.

Put money for the copies in the kiosk next to the copier.

The library charges $.20 per page for black and white pages and $.50 for color pages for copying.

Raise the top of the copier and place your document on the scan bed, flush to the upper left corner.

Select Simple Copy on the touchscreen.

Press the green button.

You do not need a library card to use the copier.

How to Scan

The library has a scanning station that can scan to email or usb. Scanning to email or usb is free.

Go to the scanning station. It's next to the self-check station in front of the DVDs and Blu-rays.

Tap the touch screen once to wake up the machine, then again to begin.

Select which scanner you'd like to use and where you'd like to send the scan.

Load your document into whichever scanner you selected, then press Scan or Scan Front Side on the screen (unless you're scanning a two-sided document, then select Scan Both Sides)

If emailing the scanned file, enter the email address you'd like to send the file to.

You do not need a library card to use the scanning station.

How to Fax

The library has a scanning station that can scan to fax. Faxing costs $1.00 per page unless faxing to a toll free number (800, 844, 855, 866, 877, & 888).

Go to the scanning station. It's next to the self-check station in front of the DVDs and Blu-rays.

Tap the touch screen once to wake up the machine, then again to begin.

Select which scanner you'd like to use and where you'd like to send the scan.

Load your document into whichever scanner you selected, then press Scan or Scan Front Side on the screen (unless you're scanning a two-sided document, then select Scan Both Sides)

After you scan, you must pay at the kiosk next to the scanning station (unless you're faxing to a toll free number - if this is the case, alert the reference librarian).

If selected Email Confirmation, you will be asked to enter an email before the fax number. This will be whichever email you'd like to send the confirmation notice to.

Enter the fax number and press Next to send the fax.

You do not need a library card to fax.