How Can I Access the Public Computers and Internet?
Library members in good standing (less than $10 in fines) may log onto the public computers using their library card number and personal identification number (PIN). Visitors with photo ID may request a visitor’s pass to access the Internet/computers.
If you have your own wireless-enabled laptop or device, you may connect to the library’s WiFi network for free.
How Much Time Can I Spend on a Library Computer?
Library members and visitors are allowed two hours of Internet/computer access per day on the public computers. Each session is for one hour. If you need more time, ask a library team member at the main service desk if your time can be extended for an additional hour.
How Do I Save a File?
The computers are automatically wiped clean of documents and downloads after logging off. You will need to save your files to a flash drive or upload them to an Internet site before your session ends if you wish to access your files again.
How do I Print?
Printing is available from the public computers at 25¢ per page. If you wish to print you must add funds to your card/pass at the main service desk before printing.
What If I Need Help?
Ask a library staff member if you need help with the computers. We will make every effort to assist you, but may be limited in the amount of time we can spend helping individuals one-on-one.
Internet Access Policy
The Hudson Area Association Library provides access to all Internet resources equally to all Library users. The Library supports intellectual freedom and does not censor access to materials. To read the full Internet Access Policy click here.