Question: Can You Print At The Library?

With an active Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) library card, you can send documents to a BPL printer remotely from your own device.

This service allows you to upload or email documents to the Print Anywhere Print Center web portal for later release from a BPL public printer in any one of our 60 neighborhood libraries.

Does it cost money to print at a library?

Double-sided B&W copies and prints cost $0.06 on average ($0.10 for the first side and $0.02 for the second side). Single-sided B&W prints and copies cost $0.10. 11″x17″ copies cost $0.20 (only available on multifunction machines in the journal stacks) Color printer and copies are $ 0.30 per page.

Can I print from my phone at the library?

You can print from a variety of devices using our ePrint service. With our new ePrint service, you can use your personal computer or mobile device to print to the library’s printers from anywhere. Simply submit documents for printing and come to the library to release and pick up your document using your library card.

Can you print at Brooklyn library?

With an active Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) library card, you can send documents to a BPL printer remotely from your own device. This service allows you to upload or email documents to the Print Anywhere Print Center web portal for later release from a BPL public printer in any one of our 60 neighborhood libraries.

Can you print at NYC Public Library?

Printing. The New York Public Library also offers access to laser printers for computer users. Printing from the Library’s circulating laptops is also available at select locations. Only paper provided by the Library is to be used in library printers.