Eight computers are available for public use. Patrons have access to Microsoft Office 2010, which includes Word, Publisher, Power Point, Access and Excel, as well as the Internet. Patrons must have their library card with them (or know their library card number) to use a computer. Guess passes are available for patrons without a library card. Usage is limited to 90 minutes a day.
Patrons also have access to a scanner and printers that are networked to all eight computers.
- 25 cents per black and white page printed
- 75 cents per color page printed
The Children's Room has three computers with many educational programs, as well as filtered Internet access.
INTERNET USE & POLICY
The mission of the Massena Public Library is to support the development of an informed citizenry by collecting, transmitting and ensuring open access to the world's ideas and information. To this end, the Library provides access to the Internet. All patrons will have enhanced accessibility to ideas and information through the Library's gateway to the Internet.
The Library does not monitor and had no control over the information accessed through the Internet and cannot be held responsible for it's content. The Internet and it's resources may contain controversial or inappropriate material. However, the Library does not restrict access or protect users from information that they may find offensive. Patrons use the Internet at their own discretion.
Parents and guardians of minor children, not the Library, are responsible for their children's use of the Internet through the library connection. Illegal activities or any other activities intended to disrupt network services or equipment are prohibited.
Materials copied on this computer network may be subject to copyright laws and may nor be copied without permission of the copyright owner unless the proposed use falls within the definition of "Fair Use." Misuse of the computer will result in loss of computer privileges.