Public Workstations Available
Use your library card and password to access a computer in the Children’s Library, or on the second floor near the Reference Desk.
Temporary guest passes, good for one day of use, are available from most service desks.
- Microsoft Office 2019
- Basic photo editing software
- LinkedIn Learning online learning (also available from home)
- Assorted online newspapers
- Common Access Card (CAC) readers are also available
The library offers a dedicated workstation that will allow people to retouch photographs, edit movies, design logos, and use all the software available from the Adobe Creative Cloud.
To use the equipment, visitors can simply sign in at the Reference Desk, located at 629 Poyntz Avenue on the second floor. Check-in with the desk staff to get a unique username and password, which will allow one hour of use.
- Adobe Premiere Pro
- After Effects
- Acrobat Pro
- Adobe Audition
- Character Animator
Children’s Computers: Touchscreen computers featuring age-appropriate games and resources are available in the Children’s Library.
Wi-Fi: Available both inside and outside the library.
Printing: Charged per page for color or monochrome printing. Mobile printing is also available.
Scanning: High-quality flatbed scanner located near the Reference Desk on the second floor. Scans can be saved to a flash drive or emailed for free.
Fax: Fax documents to local, long-distance, or international numbers for a charge per page. Find the fax machine near the Reference Desk, located on the second floor. The library cannot receive public faxes.
Digital Microfilm Workstations: Browse archived Manhattan newspaper issues beginning in 1859 or scan your microfilm or microfiche. Save or print the articles you need.
Public Law Computer: Access courtesy of the Riley County Bar Association.