Public Computers

Each MCDL location has public computers available for use with your library card number.  Our Windows computers have the following software available for your use: Microsoft Office 2016 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher), Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome. Medina and Brunswick libraries have Apple Mac minis with the full Adobe Creative Cloud suite. Lodi Library's Recording Studio includes a Mac mini with Reaper and Garage Band.

MCDL's Internet Policy

The library does not control information on the Internet, and cannot be held responsible for its content. Users are advised to use caution when sending personal information. Selected workstations are filtered to block access to objectionable material. MCDL does not guarantee that the filtered workstations will block all objectionable material. Members may not display on screens or printers sexually explicit graphics or other objectionable materials.

Parents or legal guardians of minors are responsible for the child’s use of the Internet at the Library. MCDL staff cannot be held responsible for supervising minors while they are using the Internet.

Use which damages equipment and/or software is prohibited and may result in legal action.

The user is solely responsible for any possible infringement of copyright laws; the Library disclaims any responsibility or liability that results from such action.

The use of this service to engage in any activity, which constitutes violation of local, state and/or federal laws, is strictly prohibited.

Users violating these guidelines will be asked to stop. If the violation continues, the user will forfeit the right to use the Internet access station and be asked to leave the Library.

Users of MCDL’s electronic resources agree to hold the Medina County District Library harmless for any and all claims, losses, damages, obligation, or liabilities directly or indirectly relating to the use of the Internet or workstations.

MCDL reserves the right to regulate the use of workstations and reserves the right to terminate an Internet session at any time. Members are allowed to print 5 free pages per day on MCDL public computers.