Printing, Wireless, and Computer Use
Print from your Mobile Device
You can now print from your laptop, phone, or tablet. For laptops click
here. For cell phones and
tablets see instructions
Free wireless access is available at the Main Library, Ocean & Lincoln, and at the Park Branch, Mission
Digital Resources and Computer Help
The library offers assistance with all of our digital resources
(eBooks, audiobooks, music, movies, and magazines) on the first
Saturday of each month between 1 and 3 pm, and general computer help
on the third Saturday of each month between 1 and 3 pm. Or call the
Reference Desk at (831) 624-7323.
Be prepared with your:
- device, with login and password
- library card number and PIN
Guidelines for Using Public Library Internet Workstations
- Internet workstations are available for one hour per person per day with your library card.
- Guest passes are available if you do not have a library card.
- Computer stations in the Youth Services Department are reserved for children only.
- Computers shut down fifteen minutes before closing.
- Word processing and spreadsheet software is available. You may use your read-only CD’s in the
computers. We do not have writeable disc drives. You can read and write to your USB flash drive.
- A portable scanner is available for in-library use.
- Black & white and color printing is available for a fee.
- Library staff will attempt to answer basic computer questions, but cannot provide in-depth training.
Public Computer Access in the Library
The Harrison Memorial Library, in its role as a public provider of
information and lifelong learning, makes available a variety of
electronic resources, including Internet access. The Internet is
a global electronic network that provides a gateway to
information of great diversity. Not all Internet sources provide
accurate or current information and some may be objectionable to
some users. The library does not monitor and has no
control over the information accessed over the Internet and is
not responsible for its content.
Users are responsible for the
choice of sites that they visit.
The Harrison Memorial Library supports the democratic principle of the
citizen's right to free access to information. The library
endorses the Library Bill of Rights
Access to Digital Information, Services, and Networks as adopted by the American Library Association.
As with all library materials,
parents or legal guardians are responsible for their child's use
of the Internet.
All users of the library's electronic resources must comply with United
States Copyright Law and all other applicable laws. The user may
not use the library's electronic resources for any illegal
activity or place any material on the Internet related to any
- Users of the Library's electronic
resources are expected to follow all guidelines and
- Users are not permitted to install,
delete or modify library hardware or software.
Patrons may bring USB flash drives to store their files, or flash drives
may be purchased at the library. Devices must be labeled
with the patron’s name. If a flash drive is found, it will
be placed in the lost and found drawer for fourteen (14)
days. The patron must identify the flash drive by his/her
name to claim it. If the flash drive is not labeled, staff will attach
documentation to the device stating the date the device was
found and the location in the library where it was found. The patron must identify the flash drive by
description, location, and date lost in order to claim
it. Unclaimed flash drives will be wiped of all data and
discarded after fourteen (14) days.
- The library does not provide access to
file transfer protocol (ftp).
- The user may not use the internet for any
illegal activity or place any material on the internet
related to an illegal activity.
- Misuse of the library's electronic
resources or failure to follow the library's internet policy
and guidelines will result in the loss of computer and
library use privileges.