Computers & Technology
Computers, Laptops, iPads
28 computer workstations that require a Library card to make a reservation are available. A one hour reservation can be made with 15 minute automatic time increments if there are no patrons waiting for a computer. There is a four hour daily maximum computer usage per Library card.
Three 15-minute walk-up stations that do not require a Library card to access are also available.
Eight laptops that can be checked out for two hours with a Library card and government issued ID for in-house use.
Seven iPads are available in the Youth & Teen Services Department to check-out for two hours to use within the Library. They are loaded with educational software for preschoolers and games for older children.
Printing and Copying
Copies and printing cost 15 cents per printed page in black or full color. Copiers default to black and must be manually set to color printing. Patrons must only use Library supplied white copier paper and cannot access the bypass tray or supply trays with personal paper.
Our copiers have free document scanning that will create and email a pdf document to any email address you supply. We strongly recommend that you email the pdf document to your own email account first, before sending it to another recipient.
We have a fax machine that requires credit card payment or a fax card to access. Cost is $1.75 for the first page and $1.00 for all other pages. Fax cards are available for purchase at the Circulation Desk.
We provide a free wireless network throughout the Library. Laptop computers equipped with wireless cards should automatically detect and connect to our network (network name/SSID: BPLDGuestWiFi). No password is required. Our Internet Policy must be accepted to use our WiFi network. Unfortunately, staff cannot offer assistance on any patron's computer.
It’s easy to copy your VHS tapes to DVD at the Bartlett Public Library District! Our new self-service Transfer Station allows patrons to preserve special memories…for the price of a DVD! Bring your own to use in the transfer, or purchase a DVD at the Library for $1. The Transfer Station is available on a first-come, first-serve basis, and detailed, easy-to-follow instructions are available. Great memories are meant to be shared, so stop in today!
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