ROKU STICKS

Park Forest Public Library Patrons can now access Netflix and the Library's digital movie collection for FREE by checking out a Roku Kit.

An adult patron may checkout a Roku stick for 1 week. After returning a Roku Stick, a patron must wait at least one month before checking out another Roku stick.

Limit: One checkout per household per Month

Late Fines: $2.00/day

Replacement Cost: $56.00

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SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:

  • TV with HDMI Input
  • Wireless Internet Connection

ITEMS IN THE ROKU KIT:

  • 1 Roku Stick
  • 1 Remote
  • 1 Power Adapter & 1 Cable
  • 1 Case
  • 1 Setup/Instruction Guide

Roku Setup Guide

List of Moives/Shows in PFPL's Digital Collection

ACCESSING LIBRARY'S DIGITAL COLLECTION ON ROKU STICKS:

  • Open the Vudu application on Roku
  • Browse over to "My Vudu" and select one of the movies or tv episodes in the list to watch.
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HOTSPOTS

Hotspot

Park Forest Public Library Patrons can check out out Hotspots and access the internet for free at home or on the go.

A patron may checkout a Hotspot for 1 week. After returning a Hotspot, a patron must wait at least one month before checking out another Hospot.

Limit: One checkout per household per Month

Late Fines: $2.00/day

Replacement Cost: $144.00

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SETUP GUIDE:

  1. Turn on the hotspot. Charge the hotspot if needed. A power cable and a power adapter have been provided.
  2. Look for the Wi-Fi name taped on the hotspot in the "wi-fi settings" of the device that you are trying to connect.
  3. Enter the password taped on the hotspot to connect.

Charging Conditions: Under low temperatures charging performance decreases. Charge in temperatures between 0 and 55 degrees Celsius. Do not charge in places where there is high humidity. USB charging may be unavailable depending on hotspot temperature.

Use Supplied Accessories: Always use the supplied AC adapter or micro USB cable.

Precaution for Extended Use: Your device may become hot when used for a long time or while charging, especially in high temperatures. Prolonged contact with skin may cause low-temperature burns.

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