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Personal computers are available for public use in the Adult Services and Children’s Services departments. All computers are equipped with printers and a variety of software including free Internet access, word processing, electronic reference resources and educational learning games. Users must read the Computer/Internet Use Policy and the Computer/Internet agreement must be signed in person at the circulation desk. Parents/Guardians must complete and sign a form for any child under the age of 18 years.

The library has a fax machine available for public use. The fax number is (815) 246-6391 and is available for incoming faxes 24 hours a day. Please call the library if you are expecting a fax, so you can be informed when it arrives. There is a charge of $2 for the first page and $1 for every additional page for faxes sent from the library.

Earlville Library District residents who are unable to come to the library due to medical reasons or special needs may qualify for home delivery on a regularly scheduled basis. Please call the library for more information.

The paperback exchange is located on the main floor of the library. The rules are simple. Select a book you would like to read, take it and either return it when you are through reading it or return another on in it’s place. There are no due dates, no restrictions, and everyone is welcome to participate. For the library’s statistics we just ask that you tell a librarian how many you have chosen to take. It’s a perfect way to grab a quick read or to take on a trip and not worry about losing it.

There are 2 photocopiers located in the library for public use. Copies cost $.20 each for black and white and $.50 for color.

Test proctoring by Library staff is available for students who are taking correspondence, distant education, or professional development courses and are in need of having a written examination proctored.