The Glencoe Public Library follows the American Library Association policy on Access to Electronic Information, Services, and Networks: An Interpretation of the Library Bill of Rights.
Patron Use of Glencoe Public Library Internet Computers
- Library patrons must not interfere with the use of the Internet or computers by other patrons.
- Library patrons should be discreet and considerate of others when viewing material.
- Public library will provide basic instruction for accessing the Internet as time allows.
- Use of the Internet is free, however printing and CDs are available at posted rates.
- Because of space limitations, Internet use is generally limited to one person at any one time.
Access to Internet use may be restricted by Pioneerland Library System staff if the user violates the following:
- Violating current federal, state, or local law.
- Placing or altering files or programs.
- Damaging or disrupting equipment, system performance, or data.
- Violating copyright or licensing agreements.
- Gaining unauthorized access to resources.
- Invading the privacy of individuals by accessing or damaging data.
- Viewing material that may be considered offensive by other library users.
Consequences for violating the Glencoe Public Library's Internet Policy:
- After first violation, patron will be given a verbal reminder.
- After second violation, patron will be given a written warning.
- A third violation may result in suspension of Internet privileges