Public Computer & Internet Access
The library offers four computer stations for public use, which provide free access to the Internet and Microsoft Office software. Our public access computer sessions are available for one hour daily per patron; registration is required. Longer sessions may be granted at the discretion of our staff, especially in cases such as:
- Building resumes
- Applying for job positions
- Studying or completing an assignment or project
- Filling out government forms and applications
- Receiving support in using a website such as government and banking sites
- Taking tests or exams
Please note that we also offer invigilation exams that can be scheduled during our closed hours.
All users are expected to use public computers by our Internet Use Policy (see link below).
- Patrons ages 12 to 15 must have a signed FNPL Internet Consent form from a parent or guardian to use our public computers.
- Patrons ages 11 and under must have a parent or guardian present in the library during the child’s use of the public access station.
We offer free wireless in the library. There is a daily password that can be requested at the front desk.
Staff is available to help with internet & research questions. The library does not offer services such as resume writing and other word-processing activities.
Two Early Literacy stations are available for use in the Tech Lounge section of the library. These stations are free to use and do not require any prior registration. They are equipped with STEAM-based content, including interactive games, e-books, and integrated graphics. The content is specifically designed to enhance early learning and literacy skills. Parents are responsible for the supervision of younger children.