Computers

The library has several computers that are free for public use. These computers will allow the user to access the internet, type papers, set up online email accounts, and much more.  The computers will shut down 15 minutes before closing.

Wireless Access

We have wifi that is on 24/7.  You may bring your device into the library or access the wifi outside.  Just accept the disclaimer and you’re ready to go.

Printing Documents from the Computer

You may print documents from the computer. This is especially useful when typing documents or doing research on the internet.

  • Black and white – 10 cents per page
  • Color – 50 cents per page

Printing Documents through Email

You can also email us documents and we will print them for you.  Just send your email to:  print@jcbyerslibrary.org

  • Black and white – 10 cents per page
  • Color – 50 cents per page

Faxes Sent or Received

For $1.00 per page, you may send and receive faxes from the library’s fax machine (918-358-5606). If you have a fax sent to the library, please call ahead and notify the staff (918-358-2676).

Copying Documents

We can make copies for you, as well.  We can make letter & legal sizes, enlarge & reduce, and copy single & double pages.  We have a 25 copies limit.

  • Letter size: B&W .10 & Color .50 – per page
  • Legal size: B&W .15 & Color .75 – per page

Scanning Documents

At no charge, we can scan documents to a flash drive for you.

Behavior in the Library

The policy on patron behavior is to ensure that the Jay C. Byers Memorial Library is a place where the public is served without unpleasantness. Unacceptable behavior is not permitted. This type of behavior includes, but is not limited to:

  • Using tobacco in any form in the library.
  • Eating or drinking except by special permission from the Library Director or Board of Trustees.
  • Loud, offensive or abusive language or behavior.
  • Not wearing a shirt or shoes.
  • Bringing in weapons of any kind.
  • Running, offensive and disruptive behavior, or public displays of affection.
  • Public intoxication or other chemically-induced impairment.
  • No cell phone use except in the foyer or computer room.
  • No distributing literature of any kind without prior permission.

Library staff should not be placed in the position of supervising children who are too young to be left unattended. Young children must be supervised by a family member, guardian, or caregiver at all times.