Free Public Computers

Twenty-two public computers on the 2nd floor, 5 teen computers in the teen area, and 4 children's computers in the children's area provide free access to high-speed internet and word processing during the library’s operating hours. We require that all patrons comply with our Internet Policy. Failure to do so will result in the loss of computer privileges.

Making a Reservation

Access requires logging in with a library card number or obtaining a free guest number available at the Reference desk upstairs, or the Children’s Desk downstairs. You must visit the library to reserve a computer; reservations cannot be made in advance.

Reservations can be made upstairs beside the printer and public computers at the reservation station using a guest login or library card number. Reservations can also be made upon request by a staff member downstairs at the Children's desk.

Reservation Time Limits

All of the Library's public computers are set for 30 minute reservations. If no one is waiting for an available computer at the end of a 30 minute session, you will be asked if you would like to extend your time. You may extend your session in fifteen minute intervals for a total of 2 hours per login, per day.

Personal Information on Public Computers

The computers are cleaned and rebooted completely after every session. Still, we urge you to log out of your email and other accounts before the end of your session, and never allow the computer to remember your login information. We also encourage you to save your documents to a location other than the public computers because all documents are removed every evening and they are not retrievable.

Your credit card information should be safe if you establish a secure connection between the browser and the website asking for credit card information. Look for the universal lock symbol in the lower right-hand corner of the browser window and https in the URL.

Printing Services

Visitors may print documents/images from the library’s public computers or from their personal mobile devices. Cost for black and white printing is $0.10/sheet.

Wireless Printing from a Personal Device

You can send or forward an email with attachments to our print station and print your documents. Compatible formats include .pdf, docx., and .xls. The body of the email will be one print job and each attachment will be a separate print job.

  1. Send or forward an email with attachment(s) to
    • Black Single-Sided = bud-werner-memorial-library-1@printspots.com
    • Black Two-Sided = bud-werner-memorial-library-2@printspots.com
  2. You will receive a confirmation email indicating that your print job is ready to be released.
  3. At the print station enter your email address (rather than your library card number) to release the documents

 

You can also upload your documents to the Bud Werner Memorial Library PrinterOn web portal. 

  1. Open your browser, and navigate to: http://www.printeron.net/bwml/bud-werner-memorial-library
  2. Select one or two-sided printing
  3. Enter your email address
  4. Browse to the file you would like to print and click the green printer icon
  5. A confirmation screen will be presented to you
  6. At the print station enter your email address (rather than your library card number) to release the documents

 

You can also use the PrinterOn mobile app to print your documents.

To find a printer from the mobile app:

  1. Navigate to the device's store (Google Play, App Store, etc.) and search for Printeron or download the app from the web at: http://www.printeron.com/apps
  2. Download the app
  3. Open app and tap to select a printer or tap on the picture of the QR code
  • Printers can be located via the GPS feature on a device, but if this is disabled you can use the following QR codes to located a printer

Black & White one-sided printer

QR code for PrinterOn Mobile App single sided printer identification
QRPrinterOnOneSided.png, by johnmajor


Black & White two-sided printer

QR code for PrinterOn Mobile App double sided printer identification
PrinterOnTwoSidedQRcode.png, by johnmajor

 

  • Navigate to the Authorized tab and type in BWML

       4. Once a printer has been located, click on the star to save it permanently on the device

Printing from the mobile app

  1. Once a printer has been selected, navigate to the home page and click on documents
  2. Choose one of the available options
    • Note: native Google docs & spreadsheets cannot be sent to our printer. These must be converted into .pdf, .docx, or .xls formats for printing. Patrons will need the Google Drive App on their device to create conversions.