Computers with Internet access and Microsoft Office software are available for use in the library.
Four computers are designated as youth computers and are filtered. Everyone under 18 is required to use use youth internet computers.
Milan Public Library’s Board of Trustees has amended the library’s internet use policy. A parent or guardian’s signed permission is no longer required for children and teens to use youth computers with internet access at the library.
The library board and library staff respect parents’ decisions regarding their children’s internet use. We encourage you to discuss your expectations with your children. Your children and the adults who accompany them to the library will be responsible for following your guidelines. Library staff will not restrict use based on age.
The policy change was carefully considered and approved due to many factors including the need for students to use the internet and their Google Drive accounts for school assignments. Everyone under 18 may only access filtered youth computers.
If you have any questions, please contact us at the library, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 734-439-1240.
The library offers one-on-one assistance for a variety of computer basics such as email, web searching, using windows, e-readers, etc. through our Book A Librarian service. Appointments can last up to an hour and be tailored to what you need to know or learn. Call or stop by for more information or an appointment.
Our copy machine may also be used to scan documents.
Free wireless internet access is available in the library; no password is required. Electrical outlets are also available for laptop charging. Printing requires the use of library workstations.
Youth Game Computers
Two youth game computers are available – one for younger children and one for older children and teens. Sign in and ask for game CDs at the circulation desk.