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Public Computers and WiFi

Public Computers and WiFi

Each White Oak Library District branch has a number of public computers available for use. Patrons can gain access to a computer by presenting a library card in good standing from any Illinois library. Patrons visiting from places outside of Illinois can get a guest pass for 60 minutes of computer time per day by presenting a driver’s license or state ID. Signing of our Internet and Electronic Resources Policy is also required.

Color printing is available for $.40 per page and Black & White printing is $.25 per page.

Most public computers come equipped with screen reader technology, specifically NVDA (Non-Visual Desktop Access). The Lockport Branch has one computer with JAWS (Job Access With Speech).

The White Oak Library District provides public access wireless Internet (Wi-Fi) service to serve the needs of our communities. This is an open, non-encrypted network. Our Wi-Fi SSID is: library

We offer remote printing from any device with an Internet connection. Access Remote Printing Here

Once a patron connects a personal electronic device to the Wi-Fi network, our Internet and Electronic Resources Policy will apply as though the connection were being achieved using a District-owned computer.

The Lockport Branch will be CLOSED Friday, July 19th for Comicopolis Setup and will reopen at 10am on Saturday, July 20th