Computers & Printing

Technology Center

Adult Services Technology Center

Upstairs in Adult Services, we have 14 Windows and 4 Apple desktop computers. You can access these computers with your library card or use a guest pass. You’re welcome to browse the internet, print documents, sign most digital documents, and use Microsoft Office.

Family Computers

Youth Services Technology Center

Downstairs in Youth Services, we have 9 Windows computers. You can access these computers with your library card or use a guest pass. You’re welcome to browse the internet, print documents, and use Microsoft Office.

Digital Media Lab

Digital Media Lab

Are you looking for something more high tech? Our Digital Media Lab has two iMacs with Adobe Creative Cloud, high-resolution scanners for photography, a VHS to DVD converter, cameras, camcorders, a Silhouette Cameo, sewing machines and more. Orientation is required before use. Some restrictions apply.


WiFi

If you have your own computer, tablet, or smartphone, you can use it to connect to the Internet. Connect to NLPL-Public, which is available throughout the building.

Need One-on-One Help?

Are you struggling with technology, or just need a few questions answered? Library staff is happy to help you with computer basics, internet browsing, Microsoft Office, smartphones, tablets, and e-readers. Contact Adult Services at adult@newlenoxlibrary.org or call us at 815-485-2605 ext. 123 to make an appointment with a staff member (maximum one hour per appointment).

Technology Programs

Be sure to check our Event Calendar or our printed Program Guide for technology classes, such as Computer Basics, Introduction to Windows 10, Video Interview Basics, Gmail Basics, and more.


Printing at the Library & Mobile Printing

Printing is 10¢ per page for black and white and 50¢ per page for color. A New Lenox Library card is not required for printing.

Print from Library Computers

Printing from the library’s computers is easy! Print as usual, and click “okay” when the computer prompts you. The prints are then sent to our printing system.

You can release them at the reference desk and pay staff directly. Staff can also help you put money on your library card’s printing account, so you can release your prints yourself at the Print Release Station near the copier. Pay with cash or card ($1.00 minimum for card purchases).

We cannot guarantee printing on specialty paper. Our printers work best with plain paper, and specialty papers often jam. If you need to print on label or photo paper, please see our Digital Media Lab (orientation required and some restrictions apply; prices may be higher; staff availability not guaranteed).

Mobile Printing

Our new MobilePrint Service enables you to print at the library and remotely from your smartphone, tablet, or personal computer. Pick up your printouts at the library using the same options as those used by the library’s computers. There are three ways to send us your prints.

Upload files on this website with our Web Printing Portal:

Web Printing Portal

Email your documents to:

Download the PrinterOn app for the following devices:

Google Play (Android) Apple’s App Store (iPhone, iPad) Other Devices

To release your documents, if you already have a paid deposit account for printing, simply enter your email address at the Print Release Terminal. You will be prompted for the library card number associated with your deposit account when the print job is released. If you do not have a deposit account, you can pay for your prints at one of our service desks.

Need help? Get in touch with us at info@newlenoxlibrary.org or call (815) 485-2605 ext. 123.


Scanning, Copies & Faxing

A New Lenox Library card is not required for scanning, copying, or faxing.

Copies

Copies are 10¢ per page for black and white and 50¢ per page for color. Letter (8.5 x 11), legal (8.5 x 14), and tabloid (11 x 17) are available.

We cannot guarantee printing on specialty paper. Our printers work best with plain paper, and specialty papers often jam. If you need to copy to label or photo paper, please see our Digital Media Lab (orientation required and some restrictions apply; prices may be higher; staff availability not guaranteed).

Scanning

Use our copy machines to scan to a flash drive free of charge. If you do not have a flash drive, you may temporarily borrow one from the desk staff, or buy a 4 GB flash drive from the library for $5.00.

Scanning to email is currently unavailable. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Faxing

Our fax machine is at the Circulation desk downstairs (the first service desk when you walk into the library). Faxing is $1.00 per page.