Internet Services & Mobile Printing

About Internet Access

Jefferson-Madison Regional Library provides computers and Internet access in support of the library’s mission to provide services emphasizing general information and information literacy. The library’s Internet access is intended primarily as an informational and educational resource. Internet Access is available at all branches. For more details, please see JMRL's full Computer and Internet Access Policy.

  • Visitors may request a guest pass to use library computers if they do not have a library card.
  • Guest passes are valid for 7 days in the building where issued.
  • Use of library computers is limited to 30 minutes when others are waiting.


In compliance with the Children's Internet Protection Act, all library computers have filtered internet access. Adults (17+) must present proper identification (picture ID with date of birth) when requesting unfiltered Internet access.

Library staff does not supervise juvenile patrons' internet use (see Policy 4.234)



About Printing

Printing from public-access PCs is available at all library branches. Printing of computer materials will be charged in accordance with the Circulation Fines and Fees policy. Current costs for printing and photocopying are $.10 black and white, $.50 color. Cash accepted for payment; credit card minimum is $1. If you need assistance, please contact the specific branch.

How do I print remotely to library printers?
How do I send a print job via email to library printers?

You can forward your email and any attachments to your branch printer via one the following email addresses. The emails ending in -bw will result in black and white print jobs (.10 per page), and emails ending in -color will result in color print jobs (.50 per page).

Central Library

Crozet Library

Gordon Avenue

Greene County Library

Louisa County

Nelson Memorial

Northside Library

Scottsville Library



About Wi-Fi

What do I need for Wi-Fi?
How do I connect to Wi-Fi?

You will need a laptop, smartphone, tablet, or any device that can connect to wireless internet. A JMRL library card is not required. Anyone who complies with the Library's Computer and Internet Access Policy (PDF)  may use JMRL's Wireless Access service.

If your device doesn't establish a connection automatically, look for available networks and select JMRL-Public or JMRL-Ting. If you are not prompted immediately to accept JMRL's Computer and Internet Access Policy, open a web browser and direct it to Once you have accepted JMRL's policy, you are granted access to guest Wi-Fi.

Library staff will assist you in configuring your Wi-Fi connection or attempt to troubleshoot any problems you encounter while using the Wi-Fi in the library. For your protection staff are not allowed to touch your laptop or device in order to help you, but will do whatever else they can.

Wi-Fi is offered at all JMRL branches.

Does the Library provide laptops or any other wireless devices?

Yes, the library circulates wireless hotspots that can be checked out at any location. Patrons must submit a signed Hotspot User Agreement form before checking out a hotspot.

JMRL circulates Chromebooks that can be checked out and used within the library. Patrons must submit a signed Chromebook User Agreement form before checking out a Chromebook.  See Circulation or Reference staff if you would like to check one out.

Chromebooks do not have Microsoft Office available. You may download a blank document, spreadsheet or powerpoint file by selecting the links below:

Microsoft Word = opens in Google Docs on Chromebook

Microsoft Excel = opens in Google Sheets on Chromebook

Microsoft PowerPoint = opens in Google Slides on Chromebook

Is the information on my device safe while I am connected?

Wireless data can be intercepted easily. Utilizing virus protection, a personal firewall, and other measures to protect the information on your device is highly recommended and is the sole responsibility of the user. JMRL is not responsible for any loss of information or damage to your device that might result from using the library wireless network or other internet access in the library.