Computer Checkout Procedures
Norelius Community Library has eleven computers available for patron use. You do not have to have a library card to check out a computer, however, if you are going to be a frequent user we do encourge you to obtain a card.
Please inquire at the circulation desk if you would like to use one of our computers. A librarian will assist you with the checkout procedure and provide you with the user name and password to the computer you will be accessing.
When you are finished, please ensure you have logged out of all of your accounts. Then, double-click the red "log-off" icon located on the computer desktop and return the computer checkout card to the circulation desk.
You are welcome to print the documents you need while using one of our computers (or connecting to the wi-fi via your own device). Black and white printing is $.10 per page for single-sided letter (8.5 x 11) or legal (8.5 x 14) documents and $.15 per page for double-sided documents.
Internet Use at the Library
Internet access is free at the Norelius Community Library. However, the library board of trustees has established a set of rules regarding the use of this resource:
- All Internet users must read and sign the Library's Internet Acceptable Use Policy. This policy is located on the log in page on all public access computers or at the circulation desk.
- Persons under 16 years of age must have on file an Acceptable Use Policy signed by a parent or guardian. Parental permission forms are available at the main desk. Parents must sign the forms in the presence of a librarian.
- You must be in at least 6th grade to use the computers in the Main Library. The computer in the Children's Library is reserved for patrons in or below 5th grade.
The library does not monitor and has no control over the information accessed through the Internet, and cannot be held responsible for its content. All users and their parents/guardians are advised that access to the Internet may include the potential for access to disturbing information and images. Parents, not librarians or the library board, are responsible for the Internet information selected and/or accessed by their children.
Access to the internet via our public wi-fi and your own device is also available free of charge.