Sign up at the Children's Services desk to use one of our six Children's Game Computers. Patrons are allowed up to one hour per day on these computers (in half hour increments). The Children's Game Computers are not connected to the Internet and they cannot print, but they have lots of fun, educational games. Included are an assortment of Windows games, offline versions of popular Internet games, assorted games from The Learning Company and other educational software providers, and educational freeware.
Children's Reference computers are like the game computers, except that they also have office applications and reference software.
The Tumblebook computer connects to Tumblebook Library online. Tumblebook is a collection of talking picture books, which teach kids the joy of reading in a format they'll love, as well as puzzles, games and more. Books can even be read in Spanish, French, or Chinese.
Two computers are available for looking up materials in our online catalog.