Computers are located in the Adult Computer Lab (ages 15+), Teen Area (ages 11-14 and resident only), and Youth Area (10 and under). The library PCs are currently running Windows 7 with Microsoft Office 2010 and internet access.
To use a computer, walk up to any available station and type in your library card number. For patron privacy, all documents or files saved to the computers are erased after each session. Frequently saving your work to a USB flash drive is highly recommended.
Black & white and color printers are available with 8.5″x11″ paper. See the print, copy, scan, & fax page for more details.
- Lincolnwood cardholders — 4 hours per day
- Registered reciprocal borrowers — 1 hour per day
- Guest computer users — 15 minute sessions (no library card necessary)
Interested in learning a new skill? Check out the broad selection of video tutorials at the Lynda Kiosk. See a librarian at the Adult Services Desk to sign up. Visit the technology training page for more learning opportunities.
Early Literacy Stations
The Early Literacy Stations are kid-friendly computers in the Youth Area. Engaging and educational games designed for children aged 2-8 are available (no library card required).
Wireless Internet (WiFi)
A free wireless network (LPLD_WiFi) is available throughout the library.
For sale at the Circulation Desk
- USB flash drives (1GB) — $8
- Head phones — $5