Free Wireless Internet

Anyone with access to a laptop computer and wireless capabilities may utilize wireless networks both within and outside of the building. The Library's wireless service is provided free of charge and we offer two networks:

  1. Library - unencrypted, no password necessary
  2. Library Secure Public - encrypted, password = ReadBooks

Safety of the Wireless Internet

There is inherent risk using any public wireless internet connection and the standard advice for mobile users is to install a software Firewall onto your machine and use a high quality anti-virus software with definitions updated daily.  With that level of protection public wireless internet is usually safe to use. The Library, however, is not responsible for any data that is acquired by an outside source.

Computer Printing Services

Visitors may print documents/images from the library’s public computers or from their personal mobile devices. Cost for black and white printing is $0.10/sheet.

Wireless Printing via Email

You can send or forward an email with attachments to our print station and print your documents. Compatible formats include .pdf, docx., and .xls. The body of the email will be one print job and each attachment will be a separate print job.

  1. Send or forward an email with attachment(s) to
    • Black Single-Sided = bud-werner-memorial-library-1@printspots.com
    • Black Two-Sided = bud-werner-memorial-library-2@printspots.com
  2. You will receive a confirmation email indicating that your print job is ready to be released.
  3. At the print station enter your email address (rather than your library card number) to release the documents

Wireless Printing via a Web Portal

  1. Open your browser, and navigate to: https://www.printeron.net/bwml/bud-werner-memorial-library
  2. Select one or two-sided printing
  3. Enter your email address
  4. Browse to the file you would like to print and click the green printer icon
  5. A confirmation screen will be presented to you
  6. At the print station enter your email address (rather than your library card number) to release the documents