We have volunteer tech tutoring on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 AM to 1 PM. Help is available on a drop-in basis, or call ahead to confirm we have what you need (773-1860; ask for the help desk).
We are helping make technology available to everyone!
We have 10 public computers, a dedicated genealogy computer, a dedicated Tumblebooks computer, videoconferencing and wireless printing (you can print from any browser window anywhere … jobs will stay in the queue for up to four hours, and you can retrieve them with your email address).
We also have a fully ADA-compatible computer thanks to the generous support of our community.
You can print from a USB drive or scan to email.
Anyone with valid ID can use our computers for free (there is a per-page cost for printing) — and members of the Library get twice the access as nonmembers. It’s easy to join RFL and free if you live in Rutland City, Rutland Town, Mendon, Tinmouth or Ira!
on the web
The state provides a wide selection of databases for learners of all ages. Topics include K-12 subjects, career & job search help, small business support, newspapers & magazines and a large selection of nonfiction eBooks.
Rutland Free also subscribes to a large collection of specialized databases, including Chilton Auto repair manuals, Mango foreign language learning, Consumer Reports online, Morningstar investment guide, resources to do genealogy research and much, much more. See our databases page for the whole collection!
The basics you need to know to browse the internet happily.