Internet Workstations, WiFi and Scanners
Internet workstations, WiFi, and book and digital microform scanners are available for use in the California State Library's public service locations on the 3rd floor of the Stanley Mosk Library and Courts building at 914 Capitol Mall, the California History Room on the 2nd floor of the Annex Building at 900 N Street in Sacramento and the Sutro Library in San Francisco.
The Braille and Talking Book Library provides computer workstations reserved for BTBL patrons and library visitors with print disabilities. The workstations are equipped with special software and hardware for the visually impaired and are on adjustable-height desks.
Before using the Internet, users must first sign in. Internet workstation use is limited to one hour a day.
Users may email material from the Internet to their personal email accounts in order to save or print on their own systems. They may also download to their own USB storage devices.
Microsoft word processing software is available for use on all workstations in the public reading rooms.
It's easy to connect to the free wireless access provided in the State Library's public reading rooms on the 3rd floor of the Stanley Mosk Library and Courts building at 914 Capitol Mall, the California History Room on the 2nd floor at 900 N Street, and at the Sutro Library in San Francisco.
Self-service scanners can be used to save to a flash drive, or email scanned print, microfilm, and microfiche without charge. Please check with library staff for email size limitations.