Photocopy / Printing
- A photocopy machine is available to patrons who wish to copy materials. Remember there are restrictions on copyrighted materials Copyright. U.S. Copyright law (Title 17 US Code). Any violation of copyright is the responsibility of the copy machine user.
- The charge a single copy is $.25 per page for black and white, and $.50 for color.
- The charge for printing documents from the Internet is $.25 per page.
- We now have PRINCH, a wireless printing service
- There is no charge for scanning services.
- The charge for faxing is $1.00 for the first page and $.25 for any following pages.
Internet Access: Public Computers and Wireless Internet (WIFI)
- The library provides workstations and WiFi, free public access to the Internet as an informational, educational and recreational resource. By choosing to use this free wireless service, you agree to abide by the library’s computer policy.
- A library card is required for the use of the computers. Library cards are not transferable between patrons; the patron using the computer must use his/her own card and not anyone else’s. Guest cards are available to patrons who do not have a registered library card.
Mail A Book
The NWLS Mail-A-Book program is a county-funded library service for people of all ages who are residents of Ashland, Bayfield, Burnett, Douglas, Iron, Sawyer, Vilas, and Washburn Counties living in areas without a local public library, or who cannot use a public library because of disability or travel limitation. Eligibility for the Mail-A-Book service is outlined on the Mail-A-Book Card Application.
Items will be mailed to you free of charge. You have three options for returning items unless there is a warning label not to use a book drop: (1) U.S. mail (you pay postage) (2) Any NWLS rural book drop (3) Any NWLS member library.
To apply for Mail-A-Book service, print, complete, sign, and send the Mail-A-Book application to the address on the application.
Talking Book and Braille Library
The Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library (WTBBL) provides audio and braille of books, magazines, and newspapers, as well as audio-described DVDs and videos to people living in Wisconsin who cannot see regular print or handle print materials.
The Basic Computer Skills MOOC (Course) requires a sign-in (anyone may register for an account, or log in using their social media account), and covers the topics below.
Each learning activity ranges from about 10 to 30 minutes long and includes narrated video and interactive exercises.
- using a mouse and keyboard
- navigating an operating system
- creating documents using word processing software (Micrsoft Word)
- demonstrating basic email functions
- performing basic file management techniques
- using the internet
- exploring social media
- managing personal data
Larsen Family Public Library
7401 Main Street W.
PO BOX 510
Webster, WI 54893