1. In addition to regular computers for public use of the Internet, the Plymouth District Library also makes available an ADA Computer with a large monitor and adaptive features and is reserved for patrons with restricted vision. These features include magnification and text-to-voice for use with headphones. Patrons must go to the Reader's Advisory Desk on the Main Level for help in starting this computer.
2. Internet computers are filtered automatically for users under the age of eighteen. Patrons using guest passes are assigned filtered computers. Internet computers on the Youth & Teen Zone areas are filtered and may not be changed.
3. Internet computers have time management software installed. Each user is entitled to one hour at a time. There is a maximum time of five hours per day on Library Computers.
4. Computer users must use their own valid library card when accessing computers. Users may not borrow or use anyone else's card, including family members or friends. The Library will issue "Internet Only" cards or guest passes under special circumstances.
5. Printing from the Public Computers is sent to a networked laser printer at the cost of $.10 per page for black & white, or $.50 for color. Printed pages may be picked up at the Print Release Stations on each floor.
6. Users may not install or run software on Library computers. Downloading to flash drives via the USB ports, or to the floppy disk drive (a:\) is allowed. Flash drives may be purchased at the Circulation Desk. Wireless users may download files to their own devices.
8. Library staff provides limited assistance for basic start-up procedures only. Books and manuals are available near the Public Use Computers for more detailed questions. Library Staff teach introductory computer classes for Plymouth residents. Sign up for classes at the Reader’s Advisory Desk on the Main Level of the Library. Staff is unable to provide assistance with wireless devices due to the wide variety of setups and software installed on these personal products.
When you use Plymouth District Library's wireless network you have agreed to accept our Internet Use Policy.
Wireless access is provided using a public, unsecured network.