- Three workstations are available in the library for general use (email, browsing, research, word processing).
- Additional station is for scanning only. We recommend bringing a USB flash drive to store your scans. Email is also available, but high quality scans may exceed the email size limit to send.
The priority for use of Internet workstations is research in religion and theology, and work on class-related assignments. Users of the Internet workstations in the library are expected to follow the guidelines given below.
- Web pages and PDF files can be viewed and printed. The printing charge is 5 cents per page. Please pay at the Circulation Desk.
- Computers do not have speakers, if you would like to listen to audio, please bring your own headphones.
- Game playing is not allowed when people are waiting to use the stations.
- Display of sexually explicit graphics is prohibited.
- Violating any local, state, or federal statute is prohibited.
- Unauthorized copying of copyright-protected materials is prohibited.
- Interfering with or disrupting other services or equipment is prohibited.
- Deliberate altering of any files or modifying the configuration of any PC or peripheral is considered a violation of computer system security and will result in the loss of library computer privileges, with possible legal ramifications.
- Violating computer system or network integrity, including attempts to bypass network security, obtain passwords, or the unauthorized use of passwords will result in the loss of library computer privileges, with possible legal ramifications.
- Destruction or damage of equipment due to willful misuse will result in legal action.
- Willful removal of any part of the PC will be considered theft and will result in legal action.
Users who do not leave the workstation when requested to do so by staff will be asked to leave the library.
The Library reserves the right to terminate the Internet access privileges and/or library use privileges of any person abusing the above guidelines.
Please visit the circulation or reference desk to obtain the current password.
Copying and Printing
The Library has a top down book scanner, xerox photocopier, and other audio/visual equipment for patron use.
The xerox photocopier accepts cash. Patrons are responsible for their cards and any "bad copies" they make.
The top-down book scanner creates PDFs and it is free. You can email the PDF to yourself or save it to a flash drive. The xerox photocopier also has a scanning function you can use for free. To access the scanning function on the xerox photocopier, click the home button, then click "email". The xerox photocopier has a document feeder for quick processing.
Please report any photocopier or equipment problems to the Circulation Desk.