required to use their own valid PINES cards to access computers.
Using someone elseís library card will result in the suspension of
computer privileges for both parties.
demand, you will be allowed up to two hours of PC usage per day.
You use the
Internet at your own risk. The Library cannot guarantee the accuracy
of information you find.
responsible for following the rules and restrictions of whatever
sites you visit.
guardians, not the Library, are responsible for what their children
find. For minors (under age 18) to have Internet access, the parent
or legal guardian must first sign a waiver. In lieu of a waiver,
adult supervision is required.
Information on the
Internet may be copyrighted, just as are books and magazines. Donít
Donít send or
display obscene or harassing messages or images, or libel others.
Abuse of Internet
access will result in the loss of computer privileges. Users sending
or receiving inappropriate materials, for example, pornography,
race-hate or violence advocacy will be disconnected from the
Internet and will be barred for 30 days. Repeated abuse will result
in permanent loss of Internet privileges. Illegal use may result in
Donít try to save,
change, or delete files to the hard drive or to the network. You can
buy floppy disks or a USB flash drive at the circulation desk for
saving your files.
Printing is sent
to the printer at the circulation desk. 25 cents per page for black
and white, 50 cents per page for color. Sometimes far more will
print than you might expect. Be careful, if we print it you pay for
it. Unsure? Use Print Preview or ask for help.
You should have a
working knowledge of computers. Donít expect library staff to teach
you. Time permitting staff can give limited assistance but staff
cannot furnish complete technical support on any and all
applications you may be using.
the Library's Internet service is a privilege, not a right. The
Library's rules and procedures that implement this policy must be
followed by all patrons.