Did you know you can use your IndyPL Library card to check out a laptop and a device called a hotspot to connect to the internet for free? A Wi-Fi hotspot provides a link to the internet from anyplace you plug it in.
What is a Chromebook?
Chromebooks are a type of computer designed to help you get things done faster and easier. They run Chrome OS, an operating system that has cloud storage and many Google services built-in. You do not need a Google account to use The Library's Chromebooks.
What can I do with a Chromebook?
Chromebooks can be used to browse the internet, complete light office work such as making a document or presentation, connect to The Library's online collection, and more. Chromebooks require a connection to the internet for much of their functionality.
What is a Wi-Fi Hotspot?
Wi-Fi hotspots can connect a computer, smartphone, tablet, or other device to the internet through Wi-Fi. While you have a hotspot checked out there is no charge for the internet used by devices connected to the hotspot's Wi-Fi.
Where can I check out a Chromebook or Hotspot?
Where can I check out Hotspots Only?
How do I check out a Chromebook and hotspot?
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