Computers will be used for searching library materials and for patron research. There will be a charge of fifteen cents per printed page.
On some programs, the articles can be downloaded to a flash drive. If a patron wants to use this command, he/she can bring one into the library for this purpose. This is for articles only and not for programs. Program copying would result in copyright violation and is not allowed.
Three public access terminals will be designated for computerized card catalog use only.
All computer work and printing must be finished fifteen minutes before closing.
There are eleven PAC computers for the public to check e-mail or search the web for information. You must read and sign policies before being allowed on these computers.
There are two computers for research only in the Reference Department.
There are four computers with games in the Children's Area.
There are two PAC computers in the Children's Area used by parents with children using the library.
There is one game computer in Young Adult area.
There is one computer with Hooked on Phonics and other educational programs in the Young Adult area.
Children under 14 years must have parent or legal guardian on site during Internet session.
Each child and parent must sign consent form in presence of library personnel.
Every user must obtain a pin number for each session. Parents must supervise child’s Internet session.
One hour blocks of time are scheduled.
Reservations no earlier than one week in advance.
Library staff will assist as time permits, but no personal instruction.
No downloading from Internet.
Copyright laws and licensing agreements must be adhered to.
Behavior which may jeopardize the library’s account will result in revocation of Internet privileges at the library.
These rules are subject to change. If and when, those changes will be posted.
All copies are 15 cents per page.