The reader is available for loan, and is used to play the DAISY digital audio books
DAISY (Digital Accessible Information System) is a technical standard for digital audio books, periodicals and computerized text. DAISY is designed to be a complete audio substitute for print material and is specifically designed for use by people with “print disabilities,” including blindness, impaired vision, and dyslexia. The format has advanced features in addition to those of a traditional audio book. Users can search, place bookmarks, precisely navigate line by line, and regulate the speaking speed without distortion.
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Computers for Use by the Public
Four computers are available for public use at no charge, where you can search the Internet, and type and print documents.
Use of the “self-serve” public computers is on a first come, first served basis, with a time limit of one hour per day, per patron.
Cost is 25¢ per page (black & white). Pick up your printing at the circulation desk. No debit machine is available.
Free WiFi access is available at the library. Network access: Library WiFi Guest. No password required.
The Library has a self-serve photocopier available at the rate of 25¢ per copy. Pay at the circulation desk.
There is no fax available at the library; however, there is a scan to e-mail feature on the photocopier. This service is free.