Computers

All 25 Tulsa City-County Library locations offer PCs with access to the Internet and Microsoft Office products.

Using library computers

There is a daily time limit for each customer using the computers: 90 minutes at the Central, Hardesty Regional, Martin Regional, Rudisill Regional and Zarrow Regional libraries and 60 minutes at all other locations. Customers are only allowed to use their own card, issued in their name, to access the computers and abide by the time limits associated with one card. Customers may not lend their card, sell their time, or otherwise transfer their daily Internet time/usage privileges to any other user.

  • In order to use library Internet computers, a customer must have a valid Tulsa City-County Library card.
  • Courtesy/visitor cards are available under certain circumstances. Please ask at the service desk.
  • Customers must agree to the terms in the Internet Usage Policy (see Policies & Governance)

Reserving library computers

The option to reserve library computers in advance is currently being tested at the Hardesty Regional Library. You may reserve a computer for one or two hours. Please be aware that you will be logged out at the end of the first hour and must log back in for the second hour. Reserved computers are identified by the computer name selected during the reservation process as well as a customized desktop image. Reservations will be held for 15 minutes after the reservation starting time, at which point the computer will be released for use by other customers.

Visit http://pcreservations.tulsalibrary.org/ to make a reservation!

Printing

  • You may print from all public access computers.
  • You must add funds to your printing account before you can print. Pay at service desk or online using SmartPay.
  • Black & white prints are 10 cents each.
  • Color printing is availabe for $1/page.

What is available on the computers?

In addition to the Internet & Microsoft Office, the library subscribes to a number of databases, many of which are accessible from home, where you can find:

  • health and fitness information and web sites;
  • company directories and small business information;
  • links to full text articles from the Tulsa World and the Oklahoman;
  • travel guides and resources; gardening;
  • and so much more!

WiFi

All Tulsa City-County Library locations offer wireless Internet access. For more information about using WiFi at the library, check out Wireless Access @ TCCL.