The Stratford Public Library is has public computers available for use.
- Computer use requires a valid library card and allows access for 2 hours per day. There are 7 two-hour stations and 1 quick-use, 15 minute terminal located on the adult / teen floor.
- Software provided includes various web browsers, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point, Publisher), and Adobe Reader.
- Chromebooks may be borrowed to SPL customers for a 4 hour period.
- An accessible public computer station with assistive technologies is available on the main floor. The computer station has ZoomText, a computer screen magnifier, and reader, installed to assist when using a web browser or word processing software. There is also a Large Print keyboard and headphones available. Request use at the information desk.
- Visitors to Stratford may use the public computers free of charge. "Out-of-town" ID may be required as proof of residence.
- Parents or guardians are responsible for guiding their child’s use of a library computer and/or the Internet.
- All personal information and working documents are cleared after the session ends. Customers are responsible for saving their own materials to a private device, such as a USB memory stick.
- To use the public computers, you must agree to our Computer and Internet Access Policy
The internet can be accessed through our public computers or via the wireless network for personal devices. To access from your laptop or other mobile devices:
- Browse to available wireless networks and select SPL Guest
- Launch your preferred web browser. You will be prompted to agree to the PCIN Internet Access & Acceptable Use Agreement
- Press Accept and you are ready to start browsing.
- Located throughout the library
- Various styles of cables: Apple, Micro USB, Mini USB
- Free and easy to use