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HOW DO I DO THAT? WE CAN HELP.
You can do amazing things at your library, but sometimes all the technology may be a bit overwhelming. Just knowing where to go and what buttons to push makes tasks much easier. Library staff can help. Look for folks wearing an MPL name tag, and they will be happy to assist you.
Have a question about how something works at MPL? Take a look at some or our frequently asked questions below. Can’t find the answer? Fill out this form for additional information, or call us at (317) 831-7323, or visit our staff desks, and we’ll be happy to assist you.
POPULAR Q & As: How do I . . .
Setup an Email Account?
Need an email account? Click here to find instructions to setup a gmail account.
Reserve a Library Meeting Room?
Call (317) 831-7323 to reserve a meeting room, or visit our room reservations web page to reserve a room online.
Log into the computers in the library’s computer lab or study rooms?
When you log-into a computer in the Library’s computer lab or study rooms, use your 14-digit Evergreen Indiana (E.I.) Library Card number, which appears on the BACK of your E.I. library card. Type-in the number without any spaces, e.g., 27323001234567.
Print from a computer in the computer lab or study rooms?
Print your document(s) from whichever computer station you’re using. There should be a label or sign on the computer monitor indicating the station number. In most software, printing is usually done by clicking a printer icon (in the software’s tool bar) or by clicking FILE, then PRINT, in the software’s menu bar. Sometimes, you may also right-click the mouse and choose PRINT. VERY IMPORTANT: If you want to print in color, change the setting in the pop-up window (default setting is black-and-white). To print, click the OK button in the pop-up window; then click the PRINT button in the second pop-up window. This sends your print job to the printer/photocopier.
Once you’ve sent your print job(s) to the printer/photocopier (across from the computer lab), you will need to print the document(s) at the printer/photocopier.
Print Directly From a USB Drive on the Printer/Photocopier?
Print directly from your USB drive (also called a flash drive or thumb drive) using our public printer/photocopiers next to the circulation desk (across from the computer lab) or in the grand hall (behind self-checkout kiosk #3 next to the new adult bookshelves).
Is there another public photocopier available?
When the printer/photocopier across from the computer lab is busy, please use our second public photocopier available behind self-checkout kiosk #3 in the grand hall (next to the new adult bookshelves).
Send a Fax at the Library?
Sending a fax is FREE at the library! (Receiving a fax is $1.00 per page.) Scan and fax documents from our photocopier/scanner machine located behind self-checkout kiosk #3 across from the adult information desk (in the grand hall). Visit our faxing web page to learn more.
Use the three self-checkout stations (one at the Circulation Desk, one in the Grand Hall, and one in Youth Services). Follow the prompts on the computer monitor. You will need your Evergreen Indiana (E.I.) library card. Watch our video (below, left) for step-by-step instructions. Our self-checkout kiosk screens are now TOUCH-FREE. Watch the video (below, right) for details.
Automatically Check-in Returned Items?
Use our sorter station to automatically check-in your returned items. Insert one item at a time, and follow the prompts on the monitor screen. You may print a receipt when finished. Watch our video below for step-by-step instructions.
Register For Library Programs?
Call (317) 831-7323 to register for library programs, or visit our online calendar to register over the Internet. You will need an Evergreen Indiana (E.I.) library card to register online, as well as a current password (your library card number is the username). Many of our programs do NOT require advance registration.
Find Movies, Audiobooks, Playaways, and Video Games to Check-Out?
Just follow the footprints on this map (see below):