From Desktop computers, iMacs and iPads to high-speed Internet and Wi-Fi, Huntington Public Library has the technology and equipment you need to get quick and reliable information. Our friendly, courteous and patient library staff are happy to help you use any of these resources.
Residents with a valid Huntington Public Library card as well as guests may use the public computers. We do not limit guests to a specific number of computers, but guest users must provide identication to a Customer Services representative prior to accessing our public computers. Acceptable identification includes a library card from your home library, a driver's license or other form of identification that provides your address.
Computers at the Main Library and Station Branch provide Internet access, word processing and spreadsheet programs, games and access to subscription information services (i.e., our databases and other electronic resources) via the Internet. Most of our computers are PC-based and are configured with Microsoft™ Windows 7 and Microsoft Office Professional 2010. A limited number of Apple™ iMacs are also available.
Computers are available in separate areas for adults, children and teens.
Users under the age of 18 need written permission from a parent/legal guardian to use the Internet. Permission is granted by signing the back of the child’s library card application.
Sessions are for one hour with a maximum of two hours per day. Session times may be extended beyond two hours depending upon circumstances and at the sole discretion of a librarian. All sessions require an agreement and consent to our Acceptable Use Policy prior to access.
Cardholding Huntington Public Library patrons receive the first $0.50¢ of printing free, per day. After that, and for all guests, printing is .10¢ per page for black-and-white or.25¢ per page for color.