You will need a valid Glenview Public Library card or a library card from a cooperative library to log in at a computer. Visitors without a card may use the Express Internet computers, located on the first floor. No reservations are taken for public computers. Help with library computers and software is available during most regular library hours at the Technology Service Desk on the second floor.
Ear buds and flash drives are for sale at the Circulation Desk. Please, no food or drink near any technology equipment.
All computer sessions end 10-15 minutes before the Library closes. Save your files often—Your documents can’t be retrieved after you’ve been logged off.
Public Computers: 60 minute sessions. Express Internet Computers: 15 minute sessions, cannot be extended.
Microsoft Office 2013 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Access), Google Earth Pro, PDF Creator, Adobe Reader, LibreOffice, Gimp 2 and Scratch 2. Adobe Photoshop Elements 2019 and Adobe Premiere Elements 2019 are available on the computers in the Technology Lab.
Copying, Printing, Faxing & Scanning
Scanners are located on the second floor. Documents can be scanned to USB, email, Google Docs or to a Library printer. Printers and copiers are located throughout the Library. Faxing is available via the scanners.
Printouts: Available in black & white or color; in letter or legal size. Copies: Available in black & white or color; in letter, legal or ledger size.
There is a charge for printing and for copying. Single sided copies and printouts:
Black & White 20¢
Color 50¢ Double sided copies and printouts, ledger size single sided copies:
Black & White 40¢
There is a 50¢ charge per page for faxing.
Security and Liability
The Internet is a public communications network. Information sent to or from your wireless device, or when using library-provided computers, may be intercepted by a third party. Transmitting any personal information such as passwords, credit card, or Social Security numbers while using any public access network is not recommended. Virus and security protection on personal technology devices is also the responsibility of the patron. The library assumes no responsibility for damage, theft, or loss of any kind to a patron’s equipment, software, or data files. Please refer to the Library Internet Access Policy for specific details.