Glendora Public Library - Internet and Computer Resources

Charges and Time Limits
Time Limits (minutes): 
On desktop stations, a combined total of 90 minutes per day per person. Laptops (with WiFi) are also available to those 18 and over for an additional 60 minutes per day in house.
Computer Device Use
CD-ROMs: 
Allowed on library’s public access computers
DVDs: 
Allowed on library’s public access computers
USB Flash Drives: 
Allowed on library’s public access computers
Headphones / Earbuds: 
Available to Borrow
Microsoft Software on Computers
Microsoft Software on Computers: 
Word
Publisher
Powerpoint
Access
Excel
Other Software on Computers
Other Software on Computers: 
iTunes
Flash
Java
Product-dedicated Computer Stations
Product and Number of Computers: 
Polaris catalog
AWE Learning stations
BrainFuse
Tumblebooks
Canon Microfilm Scanner
Public Computers and Classes
Public Computers and Classes: 
PCs for Public Use
Laptops for Public Use
Other Classes - including classes offered in languages other than English: 
Public-use computers are iMacs, running Windows as the operating system. We are not currently offering classes, but we do have teen volunteers dedicated to computer assistance several hours per week (schedule changes; call for current offerings).
Requirements for Internet Use and Types of Printing Available
Requirements for Internet Use: 
Library Card Required
Sign Up Required
Visitor/Guest Access Available
Types of Printing Available: 
Black and White Printing Available
Color Printing Available
Types of Internet Accessibility
Adult: 
Unfiltered
Juvenile: 
Unfiltered
WiFi: 
WiFi
Other: 
Children and adults use the same set of unfiltered computer stations.