Technology & Printing
The library offers free wireless internet available anywhere inside the library. Additionally, all desktop computers are connected to the internet.
The library offers access to 6 desktop computers. Four computers are located on the library’s lower level, and 2 are on the children’s level on the second floor.
All computers offer access to the library catalog, to the internet, and Microsoft Office 2010. The computers are open to the public but require a Minuteman library card to log on. Anyone wishing to use a computer who does not have a library card may ask for a guest pass from the Information Desk.
Currently, you can check out Google Chromebooks through our Library of Things, if they are available.
The library offers printing on the lower level at 20¢/page for black & white and 40¢/page for color. COPYING IS FREE!
The library offers access to a fax machine on the lower level FOR FREE!
What Happened to the 3D Printer?
Due to new research on the exhaust created by 3D printers, and after much consideration, we have decided that our small, unventilated Makerspace is no longer a healthy place for 3D printing.
We have donated our printer to the Medway Public Library Makerspace, where patrons may use the 3D printers after completing a training certification.
The Medfield Public Library has a scanner available for public use on the lower level of the library. Scanned documents can be saved to a flash drive or emailed to recipient.