The William Jeanes Memorial Library is pleased to offer you the following services:
Look for WMJNS. No password is required, and you may even pick up our signal from the parking lot! With a gift from the Mary Knowles Technology Fund, we recently updated our wi-fi to a stronger signal with “cafe style” coverage. This means that wherever you are in the building, it’s one name and you won’t lose coverage moving from area to area.
If you would like to use one of our Public computers, you will need either a library card or a Guest Pass to log on. Guest passes are available at our upstairs Circulation Desk. The minimum session is one hour, but you may log on multiple times each day–you’ll just need a new Guest Pass each time. If no one is waiting for a computer, your session may be extended. Our computers run Windows 10, have 3 browsers available–Internet Explorer, Chrome, and Firefox–as well as 4 Microsoft Office programs: Word, Excel, Publisher, and Powerpoint.
You may not save anything to our computers, but you may attach documents to your email or download them to a flash drive.
From our Public computers you may print in black-and-white or color. Black-and-white is $.15 a page for letter, $.30 for legal and ledger, and color is $.50 for letter, and $1.00 for legal and ledger. Payment is with coins (no pennies please!) or bills. We cannot charge printing to your library account.
Click here for more information about this convenient service!
We offer free scanning in black-and-white or color at our Public copier. You’ll just need to bring a flash drive. There are instructions located at the machine or any of our staff will be happy to assist you.
We offer exam proctoring by appointment. We need to know a few things: is it direct supervision or not, length of the exam, method of taking it (paper or computer), and how it needs to be returned. To schedule an appointment, please call the Reference Desk at 610-828-0441, ext. 103, and give us as much notice as possible, as our ability to proctor is dependent on staff schedules.
We have two different meeting rooms that can be reserved on a first-come, first- serve basis. Details, such as capacity, fees (if applicable), and room-use policy are all provided in the application.
The large meeting room is hearing loop accessible.
Click HERE for the meeting room policy and application.
Two free study carrels are available upstairs, beyond the Mystery section. They are available first-come, first-serve. They have a whiteboard, table, chairs, and trash cans. If you would like to borrow markers for the whiteboard, please ask at the Front Desk. There is no time limit on these areas. They do not have a door and are open to the Library.