Digitization Station

Do you have boxes of old photos and videos? Don’t let them get left behind! The Digitization Station can help preserve, organize, and share your memories.

Located in the computer area on the 1st floor, this computer station has:

  • DVD/VCR player and 8mm film converter to convert old home movies
  • Record/cassette player to convert old audio recordings
  • Flatbed scanner to scan images and slides
  • Floppy disk drive to access old computer files
  • Adobe Photoshop Elements and GIMP to edit images
  • Adobe Premiere Elements to edit video
  • Audacity to edit audio
  • Microsoft Office for documents

Reserve your spot ahead of time at Reference Desk or call 860-673-9712, ext. 4.

Wifi

Wifi is available throughout the library and outside in the courtyard and parking lot. For best signal outside, park in the row of parking spaces nearest to the building.

Most standard wireless devices will connect automatically to the wireless network, but if you have any questions, ask for help at the Reference Desk.

Log in to Wifi

  1. Choose the Wifi connection, “Avon Public Wireless” or “Avon Library Guest”
  2. If you have trouble connecting automatically, go to the address, 192.168.11.1 to sign in. You do not need a library card.

Wireless Policy

Public Computers

By appointment only during Covid-19. Call the Reference Desk to make a 60 minute appointment: (860) 673-9712, ext. 4

  • PCs and Macs are available.
  • All computers have access to high speed internet, online research databases and the library catalog, and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher).
  • Save your documents to a USB drive, external disk, or the cloud.
  • Printing is available: $.15 per page for black & white, $.50 per page for color.

Internet Policy

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LyndaLibrary

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For password problems or other technical support you can contact Lynda via email at CS@lynda.com or call the reference desk at 860-673-9712 x4

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