PUBLIC-ACCESS COMPUTERS AND WIRELESS INTERNET SERVICES

The Mark Twain Library has eleven public computers, all of which have access to the library catalogue and the internet; nine computers (those at which you can sit) also have a full Microsoft Office program.

You may print your internet searches or word-processing documents to our public-access printer (ten cents a page), transfer them to a flash drive, or email them to your home computer.

Wireless internet service for laptop computers is available in all rooms of the library. If you prefer to use an Ethernet cable to access the internet on your laptop, there are socket connections for the cable at the base of the lamps on the long worktable in front of the Mark Twain character frieze (on axis with the front entrance).