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Library computers are governed by the University of North Alabama Information Technologies Acceptable Use Statement and paid for by student technology fees. Therefore, none of the computers in the library may be used for activities that conflict with university policy, state or federal laws. Collier Library has the right to take actions necessary to maintain a positive atmosphere. These actions may include, but are not limited to the following: (a) limiting the number of individuals clustered around a single computer; (b) asking patrons to relinquish their computers; (c) terminating computer usage accounts and privileges; or (d) requiring patrons to leave the building.

 

Computer Access for Community Users:

  • There are two computers that allow community member access.
  • Community users are issued a login credential at the library help desk.
  • The community user must be at least 16 years old to register and must present a valid government- issued photo id. No other forms of ID will be accepted.
  • Each user will receive a login credential that allows 60 minutes of computer usage.
  • A community member may request one additional login credential for an additional 60 minutes. The community user must once again present a valid form of identification as detailed above.
  • A community member is limited to 2 60 minutes sessions per day.
  • Users should bring their own headphones and keep volume low enough as not to disturb other patrons.
  • Computers will be available on a first come first serve basis. University students have priority for computer use and assistance. If all student PCs are full, university students may be assigned computers usually designated for community use.

 

NOTE: By accepting a login credential, you agree to abide by this policy and other policies pertaining to University computers.