Computers, Wi-Fi & Printing

Children's Computer Use

Children and teens under the age of 18 require the consent of a parent or guardian to use the library's Internet computers. The best way to give your child access to the library's computers is to get them a library card. Guardians can allow access to the filtered internet computers, or the standard internet computers. Filtered computers are located next to the Help Desks and block social media and email sites. Visiting children, or those without library cards, can get a guess pass, but they must have a parent or guardian sign a permission form in person. Permission forms are kept on file for three months. Tablets at the children's kiosk provide access to games only (no internet) and are available for all children to use, no library card is required.


Free high-speed wireless internet for laptops and mobile devices is available from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. Users can request a password to access the library's secure connection at the service desks.

Library computers are connected to a shared printer, which is located behind the Adult Help Desk. You can also print virtually any document or web page from your internet-connected device using Printeron, our cloud-based printing service. Instructions for connecting to the cloud printer are below. There are three ways to send print jobs wirelessly. You can even send your print job from home and then drop by the library at your convenience to pay, print, and pick up your print job. Printing costs are: 

  • $0.10 per page for black & white
  • $0.50 per page for color
  1. Upload or Print from the Web
  2. Install the Printing App
  3. Email Your Print Job
  • Visit our print site
  • Select the black and white or color printer
  • Enter your email address
  • Select the file or URL that you wish to print
  • Click the forward button 
  • Select the number of copies and pages you want to print 
  • Click the forward button
  • Click the green printer button to approve the print job
  • Visit the library's print station within 24 hours to print your jobs (you will find the print job by your email address)


Our goal is to provide the equipment and training to everyone who needs it to help them fulfill their work, school, life and learning needs. Several funding opportunities help the library achieve this goal, including:

  • Federal eRate and Oklahoma Universal Service Fund - provides 100% of the funding for the library's high-speed internet service, and eRate also provides 60% of the funding for network equipment that keeps our computers and Wi-Fi running.
  • LSTA (Library Services & Technology Act) Grants - These funds are provided through the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and the Oklahoma Department of Libraries (ODL) and allow the library to upgrade, replace and maintain computer networks and to buy additional equipment. 

Relevant Library Policies:

  1. Adult Help Desk

    Phone: (405) 372-3633 x8106