Technology in the Library

Is there free Wifi at the library? How do I connect?

Yes, the library has free public WiFi. The name of the networks are “library” and "library-5". A password is not required. There is a strong signal throughout the library including meeting rooms, the back patio, and the Children’s Room.


Can the library help me with my device?

The library can offer you assistance with your devices when it comes to using or troubleshooting the library's resources and applications. Feel free to approach library staff for guidance, and they will be able to assist you to the best of their abilities.


Do you have computers for public use?

Yes, we provide wired computers and laptops for public use.


May I use a USB drive on a library computer?

Yes, you can use a USB drive on a library computer. Most library computers are equipped with USB ports, making it convenient for users to connect and use external devices such as USB drives. 


What software do ATL computers have installed?

ATL patron computers run Microsoft Windows 10 and have the following software available:

  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) 2016
  • Google Chrome
  • Microsoft Edge
  • VLC Player
  • Adobe Reader


Can I use a computer if I don’t have a library card?

Yes, you may borrow a guest pass from the Circulation Desk to access our Public Computer workstations.


Is my public computer use tracked?

In general, no. The library does not log computer use nor Internet access and when a patron logs out of a public desktop computer and a new user logs in, all of the local data (browsing history, files, etc.) from the previous user is deleted.

However, interactions with other library systems such as printing may generate usage records. Each print job, including the document name, page count, and any associated charge, is recorded in our print management system for accounting purposes. (The actual document is stored temporarily in the print management release queue until the end of the day on which it was printed, as the print management system keeps printed documents in the queue to allow for a patron to reprint a document if the print failed after it was initially released to the printer.)


I need to print something, when can I do that?

Yes, come on in to use our computer, copier & fax during library open hours. We will accept any cash payments. You may also pay for and print items using Princh from your own device and pick up your documents at the library.


Does the library have a Fax Machine?

Yes, a self-service fax machine is available on the Main Floor of the Library. Voice instructions from the handset guide you through the entire transaction. This is a pay service for outgoing faxes only. The Library cannot receive faxes for patrons at this number.

Fax Payment Options

You may use your credit or debit card. The service accepts MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express. Charges are $1.75 for the first page, and $1.00 for each additional page. If you do not have a credit or debit card, you can purchase a prepaid Fax Cash Card at the Main Circulation Desk. Cards are available in denominations of:

  • $1.75 (up to 1 page)
  • $2.75 (up to 2 pages)
  • $3.75 (up to 3 pages)
  • $4.75 (up to 4 pages)
  • $5.75 (up to 5 pages)

International faxes will be charged at a higher cost per page. Your card will be charged when your fax has been sent successfully. A confirmation receipt is provided with each transmission.


Does the library have a Microfilm Reader?

Yes, a microfilm reader & printer is located on the main floor of the library in the local history area. Printouts cost 10¢. 


Does the library have a Scanner?

Yes, the library offers two self-service scanners on the main floor available on a walk-up basis. Scan documents and images to a USB memory drive, send to an email address, or to a library computer workstation for convenient onsite editing. No cost.


How do I print with Princh?

Print from any device & pay online with Princh
Our printing solution, called Princh, is a user-friendly solution, which offers the possibility to print and pay from mobile devices, laptops and library PCs.

How to print?
Click here for a brief overview of all printing options.Princh QR Code 101846

Mobile or tablet device

  1. Scan the QR code located near the printer or open
  2. Enter the printer ID located near the printer(you can skip this step if you scanned the QR code)
    • Printer ID: 101846
  3. Upload your documents
  4. Choose your print settings
  5. Pay with your preferred payment method
  6. Take your print job from the printer

You can also watch our video guide here.


  1. Open in your browser
  2. Enter the printer ID located near the printer
    1. Printer ID: 101846
  3. Upload your documents
  4. Choose your print settings
  5. Pay with your preferred payment method
  6. Take your print job from the printer

You can also watch our video guide here.

Public PC

  • The print function on the library’s computers works the same way as usual.

For further information about how to print with Princh, visit the Princh website.  You can also find the information in different spots inside the library or ask the staff - we will help you.