Computers & Printing



Printing is available at the Main Library & Barney Library

  • 20 cents/per page for Black & White
  • 50 cents/per page for Color

When printing from a library computer money must be added to your account or guest pass prior to printing. The library accepts cash and debit/credit (over $1).


A photocopier is available for public use at the Main Library.  Copies can be made on Standard 8.5x11 or Legal 11x14 paper.

Copies are

  • 20 cents/per page for Black & White
  • 50 cents/per page for Color

The copy machine takes payment in coins (nickels, dimes, quarters) or dollar bills (one dollar & five dollar bills). 


The library has a self service fax machine located on the second floor of the Main Library. The fax machine can accept up to 20 letter size pages. 

Faxes cost

U.S.A., Canada, Caribbean

  • $1.75 first page
  • $1.00 each additional page


  • $3.95 first page
  • $3.45 each additional page

The fax machine requires a debit/credit card for payment. 


Scanning to a flash drive is available at the Main Library using the photocopier located on the second floor.

There's no cost to scan. 


Skill-Building Resources

Check out our Skill-Building Resources including Learning Express LibraryInfobase Learning Cloud and Universal Class, which offer how-to trainings and academic skill-building courses free with your library card account. 

Infobase Learning Cloud

Infobase Learning Cloud logo

Infobase Learning Cloud offers online how-to training on hundreds of common software applications and devices, including Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, Google Docs, and iPad. Farmington Library card required to register.

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Learning Express Library

Learning Express Library logo

LearningExpress Library provides support to students and professionals for academic skill-building, standardized test prep, career certification test prep and more.

Farmington Library card required to register.

Access Anywhere

ResearchIT CT - Connecticut State Library

CT State Library

Includes: resources for students, e-reference books, newspapers, magazine and journal articles, health and science resources, genealogy resources and much more…

Access Anywhere



Want to learn a basic computer skill? Schedule a 30 minute, virtual or in person appointment with a librarian on the subject of your choosing.

Each individual is allowed to schedule a maximum of two 30 minute sessions during a month. Simply choose a topic from our list and contact the Adult Information Services Department to discuss your needs. If you are interested in learning about a topic not on our list give us a call and we will do our best to accommodate your request.