Technology at the Library

a man sitting with a tablet and a woman sitting with a laptop

The Carmen Public Library offers free technology services to residents. Public library technology helps create a stronger economy, ensuring workforce development and lifelong learning.

Public computers

With the library’s public computers, you can:

  • Access the Internet.
  • Create resumes, spreadsheets, flyers, and presentations.
  • Play children’s educational games.
  • Learn digital skills with free online tutorials.
  • And more!

Free, open Wi-Fi access to the Internet

Connect to our Wi-Fi with your personal smartphones, tablets, and laptops. Caution: the Wi-Fi is an open, unsecured connection.

One-on-one assistance

Library staff can help with basic computer and Internet needs so you can

  • Create an e-mail account.
  • Complete online applications for jobs and services.
  • Use your e-reader and more.

Find info and articles from journals and magazines

If accessing these databases outside of the library, get your username and password from the librarian.

EBSCOhost is a powerful online reference system accessed through the Internet. Learn about

  • Health and medical issues.
  • Small business resources.
  • Learning and education for all ages including homework help.

Britannica School is an educational site that provides

  • Answers and homework help,
  • Video games and articles, and
  • Maps and illustrations to use in school projects.

Reference USA gives you access to business and consumer data to search for careers, create marketing plans, research business areas, and conduct competitive analysis.

Accelerated Reader Bookfinder Search for accelerated reader books with a quiz.