The library offers onsite computers, WiFi, faxing, printing, and scanning services. For in-person and online technology assistance, please see the Technology Assistance section below.
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Computers & WiFi: The library offers computers for public use and free WiFi inside the building, outside on the patio and in the parking lot. Connect to “LakeTravisLibrary” in your wireless settings to connect to the WiFi.
Faxing: Faxing is available free of charge.
Printing: Print straight from one of our computers or yours by using our mobile printing service.
Mobile Printing: Contactless mobile printing is available free of charge (please contact library staff if printing more than 25 pages). You may pick up in-person or use our curbside service to retrieve your print job.
- To print in black and white, please email your document to [email protected].
- To print in color, please email your document to [email protected].
Scanning: Send black and white or color scans of documents to an email address.
The library has touch-screen Google Chromebook laptops that you can borrow to check your email, browse websites, pay bills online, apply for jobs, stream music or movies, and more! Checkouts are limited to one device per library account and the account must be in good standing. Chromebooks do not have built-in WiFi access, but patrons can reserve a mobile hotspot if WiFi access is needed. View the Lending Agreement, including a Getting Started guide with Chromebook tips and tricks.
Curbside Reserve Pickup
The library offers curbside reserve pickup for patrons who prefer not to come inside the library building. Please note that we have two parking spots designated for curbside pickup.
- Place desired library materials on reserve through the catalog, by phone (512) 263-2885, email [email protected], or text (512) 643-2802.
- Once your items are ready to pick up, you will receive notification via email, text, or phone call.
- Park in one of two designated parking spots in front of the library and call (512) 263-2885 to let us know you have arrived.
- We will check out your reserves and place them on the table in front of your car for contactless pickup.
Meeting Room Reservations
Not-for-profit organizations and noncommercial groups can apply to use the library’s meeting room. The room has a 60 person capacity includes tables, chairs, and a digital projector. When the room is not reserved or in use for library programs, it is open to the public as a quiet space.
For more information and to fill out an application, please visit the meeting room page.
The library lends mobile hotspots that provide internet access to WiFi enabled devices. The hotspots offer unlimited data anywhere in the US with a T-Mobile signal and may be checked out for two weeks. The library offers four different hotspot models: Alcatel LINKZONE (MH 1-10), Coolpad Surf (MH 11-20), Franklin T9 (MH 21-30, 47-86), and Alcatel LINKZONE 2 (MH 37-46).
Monthly Home Delivery
Lake Travis Community Library patrons who are unable to visit the library or bookmobile due to medical reasons and/or diminished mobility are encouraged to sign up for our monthly home delivery service. A library staff member will contact the patron to get a sense of their interests to help better select library materials and set a time for delivery.
Patrons must live within the LTCL district boundaries and must be home during deliveries. Please read our brochure for more information. If you would like to learn more or to sign up for this service, please complete the sign up form or contact Karen Scott at [email protected] or (512) 263-2885.
Please contact the library to schedule an appointment with a notary public. To take advantage of this free service, please bring a valid photo ID.
The library offers free proctor services for exams which need to be taken under the supervision of a librarian. This service is free, but students are responsible for reimbursing the library for any copies or postage required for the testing process.
To schedule an appointment, please contact Susan Gilman at [email protected], or call the library at (512) 263-2885.
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We offer several options for technology assistance including in-person help with volunteer tech coaches, online help with tech tutorials and written columns on popular technology topics.
Please visit the Technology Assistance page for more details on this service.