The Keller Public Library has 15 teen computers, 26 adult computers, and 4 children's computers available for public use. The teen and adult computers have internet connectivity as well as productivity software such as Microsoft Office. The children's computers are loaded with educational software for school-aged children.
Computers automatically shut down 15 minutes before closing time.
Using a Public Computer
Patrons with a Keller Public Library card or a card from one of the MetrOPAC libraries (Fort Worth, Watauga, Haltom City, Richland Hills, Benbrook and Burleson) may use a public computer by entering their card number and last name on an open computer.
Patrons who do not have a library card can reserve a computer as a guest by stopping by the Information Desk and presenting a photo ID. Alternatively, at the Circulation Desk, adults can register for a free computer card that can only be used to log onto the public computers or purchase a non-resident library card for $25 (annual fee) that can also be used to borrow materials from our physical and digital collections.
Minors under the age of 16 who do not have a library card granting computer access must have a parent or guardian present a photo ID at the Information Desk to obtain guest access to the computers.
The Keller Public Library offers black-and-white or color printing to patrons, for a fee. All transactions under $5 require cash payment. Transactions over $5 may be paid using a credit card.
- Mobile Printing
Print documents wirelessly from any mobile device, including laptops, tablets, and smartphones. Find detailed instructions for using this service here.
The library's copy machine can also be used as a scanner. Color or black-and-white images can be scanned as a jpg or pdf document. Documents will be e-mailed to any address you enter before scanning. For instructions, please ask at the Information Desk. There is no fee for scanning.