The Broken Bow Public Library provides the following:
Public Access Computers
There are five computers with Internet access available to the public at no charge. All patrons must sign in at the circulation desk before using these computers. The computers are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. All computer users must sign in and sign out at the circulation desk and mark on the sign-in sheet the purpose of their computer use. An individual who has a library card and who wants to use a public access computer must have an account in good standing.
Any computer user under the age of 18, must have a parent or legal guardian sign a Computer Card/Internet Access Card that will be kept on file at the circulation desk. The card also provides the parents/legal guardian an opportunity to note any restrictions they want placed on their child’s use of the Internet.
A black and white printer is connected to the public access computers. Printing cost is 10 cents a page.
The library’s policy pertaining to the use of public access computers is available by the sign-in sheet.
Laptops for Public Use
The library has five laptops available for in-house checkout. There is a policy regulating the use of laptops and that policy is also available at the circulation desk.
The library has wi-fi available for the public to use with their laptops and devices.
Online Card Catalog Computers
Currently two computers are designated to access of the online card catalog.
The Broken Bow Public Library does not monitor and has no control over the information accessed through the Internet and cannot be held responsible for the content. The Library upholds and affirms the right of each individual to have access to constitutionally protected materials.