Computers & Printing
Computers are available for public use in the Library for 3 hour sessions. Time can be extended if no one is waiting. Library cards are not required. Computers have Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher) as well as Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Chrome for Internet access.
Children age 8 and under must be supervised by a parent or adult over 18 while using the library’s computers. Children 9 and older may use the library’s computers if a parent or guardian has consented to the child’s computer use on the child’s Library Card Application. Parents may restrict their children under the age of 16 from using any computer stations by not consenting to computer use on the children’s Library Card Application. Children under the age of 18 are restricted to the computers in the Youth Services Department.
We have a scanner attached to a public use computer. There is no charge for use. Scans are not saved on the computer after the computer session is over, so they must be sent to an email address or saved to a USB flash drive. Our copier also has a document scanner that can scan multiple pages into one document to be saved on a USB flash drive.
All public library computers have both black & white and color printing options.
|8.5″x11″||$.15 each side b&w, $.30 color|
|8.5″x14″||$.15 each side b&w, $.30 color|
|11″x17″||$.25 each side b&w, $.50 color|
Patrons are allowed to bring their own paper at the same costs as above. We do not allow specialty papers such as sticker paper or heat transfer paper.
You can send print jobs from home, your smartphone, or other locations to be printed at the Library by using our remote printing service (black & white or color) or emailing your documents (black & white only) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Remote print jobs are not printed until you arrive at the Library.
We provide free Wi-Fi service in the building and 24/7 on the entrance patio and in the parking lot. Connect to AP2 (no password needed) or BPLD WIFI (no password needed).
Mobile Wi-Fi hotspots with unlimited data that can connect up 10 devices to the Internet are available for checkout to Bradley Public Library cardholders. Service is subject to signal strength in the area in which the hotspot is used.
- Check out period is 2 weeks with no renewals.
- Hotspot checkouts are limited to one per household.
- Overdue fines are $1.00 per day.
- Hotspots must be returned at the Bradley Public Library by handing it to a staff member at the Circulation Desk. $5.00 fine if returned in Bookdrops.
- Hotspots 3 days overdue will be deactivated, replacement fees billed to the borrower, and 3-month hotspot checkout restriction placed on the borrower’s account. Multiple late returns will result in loss of hotspot borrowing privileges.
|Case & tag||$20.00|
|MicroUSB cord||$ 5.00|
|AV Adapter||$ 5.00|
Computer classes and one-on-one appointments are currently on hold due to COVID-19.