Computers And Wireless Service
The Cambridge Community Library has six computer workstations that have internet access. Internet connections are provided through Firefox, Internet Explorer and Chrome. All computers have Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2010 loaded, which includes Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and several other programs.
Sound is disabled on all workstations. To listen to online content, each patron must bring a set of headphones that can plug into the workstation. The Library sells earbuds.
No content may be saved on the workstations once the patron is finished working. Patrons may bring a flash drive to download documents. Flash drives may be purchased at the library. Scanning is available for making digital copies. There is no charge for scanning. Check with a staff member for assistance.
Need help? Library Staff are always willing to help you with using the computers and printers.
Photocopies And Printing
The Library photocopier will make black and white or color copies. The Library provides paper that is 8 ½ x 11. You may bring your own paper in sizes up to 11 x 17. We have white card stock and a variety of color paper.
Color printing is available from the workstations. Ask a staff member for help.
The Library Staff will fax items for the public for a nominal fee. Faxes may be received by the library. The fax number is 608-423-7330.
The Library offers free recycling of batteries, cell phones and small electronics. Used ink cartridges may also be dropped off to a staff person.
The Library offers online information resources that can help you find the reliable answers you need. All you need is a library card to access most of them.
OverDrive Read is a browser-based eBook reader that works on most computers, tablets, and mobile devices running web browsers with HTML5 support. This is available for Dane County residents with a Cambridge Community Library card. For Jefferson County residents, that hold a Cambridge Community Library card, please call the Library at 608-423-3900 for more information.
The Library offers the check out of electronic devices. Books are populated by staff. Patrons are prohibited from downloading additional materials or changing the content of the device. Check out is for 3 weeks. Cambridge Community Library card must be presented, be current and in good standing. You must be at least 18 years old unless a parent/guardian checks out device for minor. If the electronic device or its accessories are lost, stolen, or damaged, the patron to whom the device is checked out to will be held responsible for all replacement costs and processing fees(up to $350.00 plus accrued overdue fees, and or legal fees.