Birchard Public Library of Sandusky County Internet Access Policy
Access to the Internet and electronic resources
In keeping with the library's objective to provide our patrons with free and equal access to information,
To use an Internet computer at Birchard Public Library, a patron must:
A parent or guardian may give standing permission for a child (under age 18) to use the Internet by signing the Internet Access Policy Agreement in person at the library. Alternatively, a parent/guardian may give temporary verbal permission in person for their child to use a temporary user number. In any case, children in the second grade or younger must be accompanied by a parent/guardian while using these resources.
Users of the library's public computer networks and wifi agree to hold Birchard Public Library harmless from any and all claims, losses, damages, obligations or liabilities, directly or indirectly relating to the use of the Internet and the library computers. All use is at the sole risk of the user.
The following uses of the Internet, including wifi, at the library are prohibited:
Users of these resources shall not:
Violations of this policy and the "Rules for library computer use" will result in the loss of electronic resource privileges. Any objections on the part of the patron may be filed as a complaint in the Library's normal procedure.
Revised by the Board of Trustees - June 18, 2008 - Resolution 39-08, Feb. 21, 2017
Rules for library computer use