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Computers & Internet Usage

Patrons are able to use library computers.

All computers have access to the Internet, Microsoft Office 2016, and USB 2.0 ports. 

Computer Access

  • Computer access is on a first come first serve basis.
  • Each session on the computers is for up to two (2) hours. There is a daily limit of two (2) hours per user.
    • A few marked computers are limited to one 15‑minute sessions for quick tasks.
  • At 15 minutes prior to the branch closing patrons are no longer able to login to the computers and will shut down automatically 10 minutes prior to closing.


All branches offer free Wi‑Fi for visitors to use on their personal wireless‑enabled laptop or device. Each library location has its own unique password to login. Please see staff at the chosen location for the password.

 Internet Use Policy

Users need to be considerate and refrain from displaying materials that those around them might reasonably consider objectionable. Users must abide by the Lakeland Public Library Internet Use Policy. Anyone who violates these rules may be asked by staff to leave the premises. Library staff may ask for assistance from the local police department if needed to enforce these rules.


Additional Services

  • A picture of Printing


    • All library computers are able to print.
    • Print jobs will remain in the system for 24 hours.
    • Black and white printouts are 10¢ per page.
    • Color printouts are 50¢ per page.
    • With the Mobile Printing service patrons can submit documents to print, from remote locations on any internet connected device, to various branches.

  • A picture of Photocopying


    • Public access copy machines are located at all Lakeland Public Library branches except the eLibrary.
    • Black and white photocopies are 10¢ per page.
    • Color photocopying is available at the Main Library location only for 50¢/page.

  • A picture of Scanning


    • All library locations are able to scan documents free of charge.
    • Scanned documents must be saved to a flash drive.
    • Customers are encouraged to bring their own USB drive, otherwise 1G Flash drives are available to purchase for $4.50.

  • A picture of Faxing


    • All library locations are able to send/receive faxes.
    • Faxing costs $1/faxed page (cover pages are free).