Each Calvert Library location has many computers for free public use. These computers can be accessed using your library card number. If you do not have a library card, one of our librarians can provide you a guest pass.
Public Access Computer Policy
We provide free wireless access for customers wishing to use their own personal devices in our branches. After connecting to our network and launching the web browser, you can connect to our network. Please ask a librarian for this information.
Wireless Internet Access Policy
For added convenience, Calvert Library has at least one laptop per branch that customers can borrow for in-library use. Please note:
- Customer must sign the laptop user agreement
- Laptops must remain in the building
- Customer are responsible for any loss or damage to the equipment
Laptop User Policy and Agreement
Print / Copy
The library has a high-speed copy/print release station in each branch. Calvert Library Prince Frederick also has an additional print release and photocopy station as well as a printer in our Children’s Department.
Fees for black & white copies are $0.20/page. Color copies are $0.50 per side.
The printing and photocopying machines accept nickels, dimes, quarters, as well as $1 and $5 bills.
Customers can fax from our branches by speaking to a librarian at the circulation desk. The fee for domestic faxing is $2.00 for the first page plus $1.00 for each additional page.
Calvert Library can receive faxes on behalf of a customer as well. The fax should include a cover sheet with the customer’s name and the number of pages in the fax. The charge is $1 per page including the cover sheet. Contact your branch for details.
Items for Sale
For your convenience, Calvert Library sells items to make your computer use more effective and enjoyable.
|USB Mass Storage
Each location has a print release and photocopy station which is also available for document scanning. At Fairview, Southern, and Twin Beaches you can scan directly to your own USB Mass Storage device. At Calvert Library Prince Frederick you can scan a document directly to an email recipient of your choosing.
There is no fee for scanning.