Take your 2D designs into the third dimension. The library provides use of its state of the art 3D printer to all Glen Carbon card holders. Learn more about our 3D printing policy here.
Book a Librarian
Sign up for a free one-on-one tutorial session to help with your eReader, resume, application, email, Word or other computer program.
Computers, Printing and Faxing
The Library has over 20 public access computers, all with internet access and the Microsoft Office Suite. Black and white copies are 10 cents per page while color copies and faxes are 50 cents per page. Patrons may also scan and email documents at no charge. Wireless internet access is available throughout the Library.
- Click on Start button.
- In the “Run” or “Search” field, type in \\172.20.2.220\
- Hit Enter
- Double click on “Black and White” and/or “Color” depending on your printing needs.
- Print drivers will install on your computer.
- When you attempt to print from your computer, choose either the “Black and White” or “Color” from the drop down menu.
Ellison Die Cut Machine (list of dies)
Ellison Die Cut Machine is a hand-operated, die-cutting machine which uses steel rule die shapes to cut through paper quickly and easily. Cut shapes can be used for curriculum tools, scrapbook embellishments, party decorations, stationery, greeting cards, and invitations. Visit the Help desk to use the machine.
The Library provides free delivery services to individuals in the community who are unable to come to the Library either temporarily or permanently. This includes homebound elderly, families with infants up to six weeks old, and individuals unable to leave the home due to temporary or permanent illness. Contact the Library to learn more and to get signed up.
Notary Public and Voter’s Registration
The Library offers free notary public and voter’s registration services. Please see here for more details concerning notary service. It is highly recommended that you call ahead to ensure that certified staff is present and that registration deadlines have not passed. You can find out more about voter’s registration here.
The My Account link is in the top left-hand corner of the web’s Home Page. Once logged in you can browse the catalog, place requests, check due dates, renew items and more. You will be prompted to key in your library card barcode (no spaces) as well as your password (which defaults to the last 4 digits of your phone number).
Research Databases (browse)
The Library provides access to a wide selection of databases to help with that science fair project, college paper, or family tree. Most can be accessed from home while others require a trip to the Library. Some of the most popular databases include: Ancestry Plus, Chilton Library, Biographies in Context, World Book Online, and Mango Languages.
Special Collections/Gadget Collection
Check out our Featured Music page to learn about our growing CD collection. Frequent the New Movies page to see what DVDs are coming available. We have hundreds of titles in our Parent/Teacher section perfect for the homeschooling parent or school teacher in need of resources. On top of all that we check out a variety of puppets, video games, and gadgets such as eReaders, entertainment equipment, and presentation equipment.
Suggest a Purchase
Even though the Library is part of a huge library network there are some titles we may have missed. If you are searching for an item and can’t find it in the system-wide catalog feel free to submit a Suggest a Purchase form. We review each submission and will follow up with you concerning our purchasing decision.