The Library has computers available for checking email, typing documents, doing research, browsing the web or looking up a book online.
(The Library is closed Sundays from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend)
For our Internet policy, please consult the Library's Policy Manual.
Homewood Library cardholders use their library card barcode for login. The initial session is 90 minutes. At 10 minutes before the 90 minutes expire, a prompt to extend the session appears. They can choose an extension of either 30 or 60 minutes.
In a Hurry?
No HPL barcode or guest pass required.
Printers for the public, both black-and-white and color, are available on both floors. Black-and-white printing is $.10 per page and color printing is $1 per page.
Want to print from your laptop while you're in the library? Having problems with your printer at home? Are you on the road with no printer available? Remote printing to a library printer can solve your problem.
Any laptop equipped with an 802.11b or 802.11g compatible wireless network card should be able to access the Homewood Public Library wireless network. Most network cards will automatically search for and find the strongest wireless access point and connect you to it as long as your card is set to obtain the IP address automatically and to obtain the DNS server address automatically.
The Friends of the Homewood Library have purchased a cutting-edge touch-screen scanner that allows you to convert pages from books, documents, and color or black-and-white photos to PDF, Word, JPEG or HTML files. Scans saved as Word files are no longer mere “pictures,” but are transformed into editable files. You can email scanned files to any email address or save them to your USB drive. There is no charge for this service. More info.
While we encourage you to bring your own storage devices, we do have some available for purchase at the Circulation Desk for your convenience.
8 GB flash drive (aka USB drive, thumb drive, jump drive) ............$6
Flash drives are the only storage devices our computers recognize.