A Burlington Public Library or temporary pass is required to use an Internet workstation. The card must have no blocks or fines over $5.00. Visitors must present photo identification to use an Internet workstation.
Prospective users must accept an Internet Use Agreement.
A parent or guardian must sign an Internet Use Agreement permitting their child access to the Internet if their child is under the age of eighteen.
The Internet Workstations are monitored by staff for assistance and security. No more than two people may work together at an Internet Workstation at one time.
The Internet Workstations will be available for 60-minutes per person per day. Online Reservations will be taken when all workstations are full.
The Library is not responsible for damage to user's disk or computer, loss of data, damage, or liability that may occur from a client's use of the Library computer.
Library staff cannot provide in-depth training on the computers. They will give assistance as other duties will allow.
Any failure to use the Internet Service responsibly will result in revocation of Internet privileges and will result in charges for any damages done to equipment or software. All users are responsible for respecting all international, national, state and local copyright laws and honoring software-licensing agreements.
Adopted: August 5, 2003
Revised July 1, 2008