Your personal identification number aka PIN is the last four digits of your Library card number located just below the barcode on your Library card.
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Computers are available throughout the library. There are computers for children in the Children's Department, for teens in the Teen Department, adults in the Reference Department, and geneaologist and local history researchers in the Special Collections Department.
Yes, all Library computers are free to use by Library account cardholders. Computer access requires a Library card account in good standing or guest passes are available at the service desks in the departments with computers.
Yes, ask at the Reference Desk on the second floor for a free one day guest pass.
Yes. The library has free wifi.
Select WCPL-Public at the Main Library in Franklin. There will be an Aero-Hive website that opens with a library user agreement form to read. Click if you agree to abide by the agreement and proceed to the website you wish to visit.
We have two laptops that are available upon request from the Reference Desk. Use is limited to the second-floor reference and rotunda areas.
To change your PIN, log in to your Library account on our website using the MY ACCOUNT button in the upper left corner of the photo of the Main Library. Once you are logged in, there is a menu of buttons on the left of your screen. Click CHANGE MY PASSWORD. You can then change it to a minimum of 4 numerals.
Library staff cannot tell you what your PIN or password is. Once you change it, it is encrypted. Library staff will revert it back to the last 4 digits of your Library card upon request. You can then change it yourself via your account options on the Library website.
Yes, we have a black and white, monochrome, printer, and printouts cost 10 cents per page. We also have a color printer and printouts are $1.00 per page. The vending machine used for payments is cash only, five dollar bills or smaller.
Black and white prints are ten cents per page.
Color prints are one dollar per page.
The vending machine used for taking payments is cash only. It takes five-dollar bills, one-dollar bills, and silver coins.
How to print from a laptop or desktop computer:
How to print from tablet or smartphone app:
How to use email to send something directly to Main Library print system: