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Equipment & Services
Technology Center & Info Commons:
Internet, MS Office, Scanners, and Fax
27” iMac Media Station (for SCPL cardholders in good standing). Two-hour time limit while others are waiting. If you call for availability, we will hold a reservation for 15 minutes.
- Adobe Acrobat X Pro
- Adobe After Effects CS 6
- Adobe Audition CS 6
- Adobe Dreamweaver CS 6
- Adobe Encore CS 6
- Adobe Fireworks CS 6
- Adobe Flash Professional CS 6
- Adobe InDesign 6
- Adobe Illustrator 6
- Adobe Photoshop 6 Extended
- Adobe Prelude CS 6
- Adobe Premiere Pro CS 6
- Adobe SpeedGrade CS 6
- Final Cut Pro version X
- LibreOffice 3
- MS Word 2011
- MS Excel 2011
- MS PowerPoint 2011
- Internet and MS Office
Study Rooms - Two study rooms are equipped with:
- Computer (Windows 7)
- Flat Panel Screen with Web Camera
- GoToMeeting attendance software
- Windows Live Essential 2011 Writer
- Microsoft Office 2010
- Business Plan Pro
- Sales & Marketing Pro
Please contact the main circulation desk (630-584-0076 ext. 0) to inquire about availability.
Non-St. Charles Public Library cardholders must pay a fee of $5.00 per hour.
For more information about renting these and other meeting rooms click here...
Computers & Equipment for Check Out
Check our catalog or click on a link below for availability or to place a hold:
Click the links below for current availability - contact Reference Services at 630-584-0076 ext. 1 to reserve this equipment:
- Adobe Acrobat*
- Business Plan Pro*
- Sales & Marketing Pro*
- Projection Screen*
Computers & Equipment may be checked out for up to one week.
Items are available to St. Charles Public Library cardholders in good standing.
Equipment must be checked out or returned at least 30 minutes before the Library closes.
*Items received via SBA/Illinois State Library’s Business and Libraries Grant 2011, and are property of IL State Library on long-term loan to St. Charles Public Library District. SBA's funding should not be construed as an endorsement of any products, opinions, or services. All SBA-funded projects are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis.