Internet Use - Children
Children ages 4 - 7 must have an adult with them while using the computer. Ages 8 - 12 may use it alone.
- Sign up at the PC Reservation Station by typing or scanning your library card number.
- Limit of 120 minutes per day.
- Only one user and two observers allowed at a computer at one time.
- The first two black and white prints are free, others cost 10 cents per page.
- Color prints cost 25 cents per page
Children's Internet Use Guidelines
What is the Children's Internet?
The Children’s Internet offers filtered internet access to children aged 4-12. Children aged 4-7 must have and adult 18 years or older with them while using the computers. Customers ages 13 and older must use the computers in the Adult Department. Filters are not perfect. If you have concerns, stay with your child.
How do I sign up to use the Children's Internet?
Sign up at the PC Reservation Station by scanning or typing your library card number. You must have your own card to use the computer. You cannot use a parent’s card or ID to use the computer.
Can I make reservations to use the Children's Internet?
You must sign up in person. The computers are available on a first come, first reserved basis. You can sign up for 30 minutes. When your time is up you may be able to extend your time if no one has a reservation.
Can I send e-mail on the Children's Internet?
No. E-mail, chat, downloading and saving information to a disk are not available.
Can I print information on the Children's Internet?
Yes, you can print pages for a fee. There is no charge for the first two black and white prints. Additional prints are 10 cents per page. Color prints cost 25 cents per page.
Date Developed: January 2002
Dates Revised: December 10, 2002, September 14, 2006, July 2009