Services at Harvard Diggins Library
Pay library fees and fines online with your credit card using ePay.
Print virtually any document or web page from your Internet connected PC to one of our Library printers.
Faxing is available during regular library hours. Cost is $1 per page. A library-provided cover sheet (no charge) is required to be filled out with pertinent information for library staff. Call the Library for more information.
The Library has a photocopier available for public use during regular library hours. The copier makes black and white copies ($0.10 per sheet) as well as color copies ($0.50 per sheet). Payment for copying is accepted at the copier which accepts coins, $1 and $5 bills. Debit and credit cards are not accepted for photocopying at this time. Please bring appropriate funds for the copier as library staff cannot give change for the copier at this time.
Computers are available for use by library cardholders and non-cardholders by appointment only.
– Public computers may be used for up to one hour per day by appointment only.
– Only one person per computer will be allowed.
– All public computer users will receive a guest pass when checking in at their appointed time.
– Staff will assign a computer station to each user.
– At the end of the session, please return the guest pass to the circulation desk.
To make an appointment for computer use, please contact the library at 815-943-4671. Please wear your mask when you arrive at the library and use hand sanitizer before you use the computer. Please contact us if you have any questions or would like to make an appointment.
Printing from the public computers is available in black and white ($0.10 per sheet) and color ($0.50 per sheet). Payment for printing is accepted at the print kiosk which accepts coins, $1 and $5 bills. Debit and credit cards are not accepted for printing at this time. Please bring appropriate funds for the printer as library staff cannot give change for the copier at this time.
Wi-fi is available at no charge throughout the building. Select ‘HDPL’ in your device’s wi-fi network settings. No password is required. When the library splash page displays, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on ‘Continue to the internet’ to be connected to the wi-fi. Wi-fi shuts down thirty minutes before the library closes.
Harvard Diggins Library staff provides delivery service on a regular schedule to homebound patrons living within the city limits of Harvard, Illinois. This service is not available, at this time, to non-resident patrons. A homebound patron is defined as one who cannot come to the library on one’s own due to a chronic or permanent health condition that affects the patron’s mobility. A patron requesting homebound service must fill out a homebound delivery application and meet with the delivery staff member in person or over the phone to discuss the patron’s needs. Print copies of the Homebound Delivery Application form may be mailed to you by request, [download a PDF version here]. Please note: At this time all homebound delivery services have been suspended due the COVID-19 pandemic.”