|The Library provides residents and Library users with access to subscription databases, free informational websites and public computers. Available resources and policies are listed below:
Many of our popular online reference resources, which include business, literature, encyclopedias, dictionaries, magazine and newspaper articles, and more are available to Brookfield Public Library cardholders not only in the Library, but also from your home computer free of charge.
Many of the best informational Web sites, all arranged by subject, can be found here. Web links can be searched by subject, site name, or description to help you find just the site you're looking for.
Internet access is available to anyone using the Brookfield Public Library. Special restrictions apply to persons aged 17 and under using one of the library's 28 Internet stations. WiFi is open to all. Printing from the library's computers as well as remotely is $0.15 per page. The Internet stations also have access to Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. When you use the Internet in the library you are accepting the Brookfield Public Library Electronic Resources and Internet Use Policy.