Computers and the Internet
The Clermont County Public Library provides access to Internet-connected computers at all 10 branches. The computers have software programs such as Microsoft Office and educational games. To ensure a computer is available when you need it, call the branch you’ll be visiting to make a reservation.
All branches offer one-on-one computer instruction during regular hours. Call your branch or use this form to schedule an appointment. You can request help with Microsoft Office, email, eReaders or the Internet.
All branches have at least one AWE Ready to Read Computer with educational software to promote early literacy skills at a child-sized workstation.
Print Copy Scan Fax
Machines to print, copy, scan, and fax are available at all of our locations. Credit cards can be used to copy, print, scan, and fax documents.
- Copiers are available for 10 cents per printed black-and-white page or 30 cents per color page at each branch.
- The cost to scan is 10 cents per page in black and white or color.
- The cost to fax one document is $1 and 50 cents for each additional page.
- Printers are available for 10 cents per printed black-and-white page or 30 cents per color page at each branch.
The Clermont County Public Library now offers two mobile printing options that guests can access using their smartphone, tablet, or computer.
Remote printing with the Mobile Print App
The Amelia, Bethel, Goshen, Miami Township, and Union Township Libraries offer REMOTE printing. This option allows guests to use an app called PrinterOn or the “Mobile Print” button on the branch’s web page to print a document in either color or black and white. The document can contain multiple pages. The cost is the same as using the Library’s regular printer – 10 cents for black and white and 30 cents for color per page.
The PrinterOn app is available free from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. To use the “Mobile Print” button, visit clermontlibrary.org and click Locations.
Guests using the app or the “Mobile Print” button can send their document from anywhere and pick it up at the Library during regular operating hours. Guests will pay for the print at the Library.
To avoid being charged for a color copy when the document is black and white, Library guests using the PrinterOn app should choose the black and white printer. Also, touch the Locations icon on the bottom of the PrinterOn screen to locate the library where you want to print a document.
On-site mobile printing
The Batavia, Felicity, New Richmond, Owensville, and Williamsburg Libraries offer a different mobile printing option. Guests can visit the branch and log onto the Library’s Wi-Fi to send a document to a printer at the front desk. Staff members are available to help guests set up the print job. The cost is the same.
For more information, call your local branch. Library staff members are always available to help.