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The Jackson-Madison County Library offers free and open access to the Internet to all as an opportunity to access materials and resources not available locally. Its use reflects the library's mission to provide:
"Quality public library services, programs and materials to all citizens of Madison County, Tennessee in order to meet their educational, cultural, vocational, and recreational needs and interest."
We ask that all patrons read and follow these necessary procedures and the Internet Use Policy.
The Internet is an educational but open resource, and information found on it may be inaccurate, incomplete, outdated, or biased. Patrons should critically evaluate the information found. Some desired information may be more current, more accurate and more easily located in other library resources.
Library staff is available to assist patrons in getting access to the Internet but cannot help in searches or in-depth personal training in the use of it.
Library staff members do not act as substitute parents for children who use the library's resources. It is the responsibility of parents or legal guardians to determine what is most appropriate for their children, including accessing various forms of information on the Internet.
Patrons must have their own card and pin number in order to use the Internet. Parents who do not wish their children to have access to the Internet should bring in their childs card and ask to have the pin number removed.
All Internet users need to be considerate of others and respect their privacy. Excessive noise and actions that disrupt others will not be permitted. If viewing material that others find offensive, you may be asked to stop. Failure to do so may result in revocation of computer privileges.
Internet access is available during all library hours, up to 15 minutes before closing. Filters are in place on the computers. A maximum of two sessions of up to 60 minutes each are allowed per day. You may reserve a computer up to seven days in advance, but may only have one reservation active at any given time. Problems with connections or other technical concerns may cause restrictions for limited times. Classes may take precedence over individual use on occasion.
Approved by JMCL Board of Trustees 3/21/2007