Technology Available for Public Use


  • All GRRL libraries have public Internet stations available.
    • Reservations may be made up to three days in advance by calling the library.
    • Most libraries allow half-hour or hour long reservations.
    • It is best to check ahead. You may call GRRL libraries to reserve a time.
    • You may also walk in and use any Internet computer in the library designated for public use that is not being used after signing in using your library card.
  • Color copiers available at all locations. Color copies are 50 cents per page.
  • Printers are also available on public Internet stations.
  • Black and white copies and printed pages are 10 cents per page.
  • We do not have fax machines available at any location. We have scanners.
  • Microfilm readers are available at St. Cloud (4 with printer capabilities), Buffalo (reader only), Elk River (reader only).
  • St. Cloud provides computer stations specially adapted for use by people with impaired vision and for those with mobility difficulties. The library also offers video relay service (VRS) for users of American Sign Language.
  • Features of public access Internet stations can be found here: computer workstations.
  • Last Updated May 20, 2020
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  • Answered By Beth Ringsmuth Stolpman

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