The Oneida Community Library has 12 computer for patron use. There is also a conference room with a TV and connectors for a laptop and a meeting pod with built-in monitor and camera for seamless office video conferencing available for use.
Wi-Fi is available throughout the library and some coverage of the parking lot.
The Green Earth Branch Library has 10 computers for patron use. There is also an Office Phone Booth available for use equipped with outlets.
Wi-Fi is available throughout the library.
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