Technology and the Internet are vital tools for helping you find the information you need. At Marysville Public Library, we take pride in meeting our patrons needs for technology access.
Copy machine and scanner available. Scan document to your email for no charge. Prices for copy and fax are as follows:
- 8.5″x11″ black and white copies $0.15
- 8.5″x11″ color copies $0.25
- 8.5″x14″ (legal size) black and white $0.20
- 8.5″x14″ (legal size) color $0.50
- 11″x17″ (oversize) black and white $0.25
- 11″x17″ (oversize) color $1.00
- to send a fax within the US: $0.50 per page ($0.15 for confirmation of delivery, optional)
- to receive a fax: $0.25 per page
Marysville Public Library offers FREE wi-fi. No password is required to connect to our broadband wireless network. Please note that our wireless network is unsecured. If you’d like to know more about how to protect your information while using a public, unsecured network, read more at iKeepSafe.org.
Also available for check-out are five Windows PC laptops installed with Windows Vista, Internet browsers, MS Office, and Adobe Reader. To check out a laptop (with mouse, case and optional extra keyboard), just ask for one at the circulation desk. You will then be asked to leave a photo ID card, such as your driver’s license, to be returned to you once you check the computer back into the circulation desk.
Six PC desktop computers are available for your use; simply sign in under the number of an available computer. Children under 18 must have parental permission to use these computers. However, our new Internet connection does offer some filtering services. If anyone over 18 years requires a password to gain access to a blocked site, a librarian will be able to unblock the filter; simply ask for assistance.
For KIDS! Yes, we have computers for you too! Two touch-screen Early Learning Stations with mice, keyboards, and headphones are located in the center of the library. Parents, learn more about their fun and educational value at the AWE Learning website.
Coming soon in 2013 ~ Funds have been budgeted for a handful of various eReaders for you to check out for use in the library for evaluation purposes. Thinking of buying an eReader, but don’t know which you would like best? Soon we hope to help you in your decision making process by giving you hands-on time with popular devices for electronic reading. (Perhaps this is a good place to put in a quick plug for the Kansas Library System, where you can check out ebooks online!)