Computers & Printing

Computers

  • Computers are available on a drop-in basis on the second floor at the main library and at Murray Scholls
  • Guest passes are available if you don't have a library card
  • The first five pages of printing are free; after that, there is a suggested donation of 10 cents per black and white page and 25 cents per color page (up to 100 pages)
  • Need computer help? Learn about computer classes and tech help at Main.
Photo of two people at a computer in a public library building.

Internet Services

Adaptive Technology Center at Main Library

The Adaptive Technology Center consists of a closed-circuit TV for magnification purposes and a PC with specialized software for use by patrons with special needs, such as visual disabilities.

Wireless Printing

Send print jobs to Main or Murray Scholls, and drop in during library hours to pick up your prints (make sure you go to the correct location - Main or Murray Scholls).

Three ways to print:

1. Email Send or forward an email to the library's email address

Main: wccls-bcl-bw@printspots.com (black and white); wccls-bcl-color@printspots.com (color)
Murray Scholls: wccls-bcls-bw@printspots.com (black and white); wccls-bcls-color@printspots.com (color)

2. Web Form

Main: https://www.printeron.net/wccls/beaverton
Murray Scholls: https://www.printeron.net/wccls/beaverton-murrayscholl

3. App: Download the free app from PrinterOn

At the library, go to the Print Release Station computer and follow the on-screen instructions.